In Alan Freeman, Issues, Poverty, World Economy

Inequality, in the early years of the second millennium, has acquired an iconic status, receiving the level of public attention accorded, in their time, to unemployment, growth, or inflation.

By Alan Freeman

Published on Academia, Oct 2021



Headline photo: On an unseasonably cold day, a homeless person tries to stay warm at the entrance of a subway station near the White House in Washington January 20, 2016.REUTERS/KEVIN LAMARQUE


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