Milanovic, Blanko, (2016),” Why Global Inequality Matters“, Social Europe, 18 March
Let me start by enquiring about the importance assumed by inequality in the public debate during these last years. As we know, inequality has been marginalised both in academia and in politics – also and especially on the left, which should have been the most sensitive to social issues. Then, all at once, with the outbreak of the crisis, inequality has assumed a central role that was, until very recently, unpredictable. Newspapers talk about it, and it is even a topic of discussion among the Democratic candidates to the White House. What do you think has changed?
- Milanovic, Branko, (2016), “Introducing Kuznets waves: How income inequality waxes and wanes over the very long run“, Voxeu, 24 February.
- Milanovic, Branko, (2016), “Inequality: The Structural Aspects”, Social Europe Journal, 17 February