Why we have income inequality

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What the data tell us

There are two questions regarding income inequality. The first is whether government policy can impact it. I answered that question with a resounding “YES” in a prior post. Evidence for that fact exists in the comparison between inequality in the United States and France. In France, where “yellow vest” protests have erupted as a result of their increasing inequality…

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Mike is an Assistant Professor of Management for Legal and Ethical Studies at Oakland U. Mike combines his scholarship with practical experience in politics.

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Michael Greiner

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Mike is an Assistant Professor of Management for Legal and Ethical Studies at Oakland U. Mike combines his scholarship with practical experience in politics.

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