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Repetitive in style but valuable in pointing out the many advantages of equitable wealth distribution. Trickle down is a dangerous myth.Published 14 days ago by Just saying...
While reading this book I learned very early on that it was completely biased and one sided. Unskilled laborers do not deserve artificial employment. Read morePublished 28 days ago by ben
A good book overall. His prognosis is spot on, the rich have accumulated massive wealth, not only because of good businesses or inventions but mainly from working the system to... Read morePublished 1 month ago by J. L. Groom
I have very mixed feelings about this book.
On the one hand, as other reviews have pointed out:
1) Professor Stiglitz is a veritable name in the economics... Read more
I think this book is very repetitive in some parts (every chapter recaps back to the previous chapters so it's a little obnoxious). Read morePublished 1 month ago by Hoelt Amarin
I think some of us fail to understand inequality because most economic writing is so tedious that it's difficult to absorb some of the details. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Dr. Laura M. Harrison
Really important book and well-written. Stiglitz carefully and methodically demonstrates how the playing field isn't level and how it has been tipped towards the 1%. Read morePublished 1 month ago by coffemidget
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