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The Resource The great divide : unequal societies and what we can do about them, Joseph E. Stiglitz

The great divide : unequal societies and what we can do about them, Joseph E. Stiglitz

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The great divide : unequal societies and what we can do about them
Title
The great divide
Title remainder
unequal societies and what we can do about them
Statement of responsibility
Joseph E. Stiglitz
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Author
Subject
Language
eng
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Stiglitz, Joseph E
Dewey number
305.50973
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Income distribution
  • Equality
  • Wealth
  • United States
  • United States
Target audience
adult
Label
The great divide : unequal societies and what we can do about them, Joseph E. Stiglitz
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Publication
Copyright
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volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
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rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
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rdacontent
Contents
Introduction -- Prelude: Showing Cracks -- The Economic Consequences of Mr. Bush -- Capitalist Fools -- The Anatomy of a Murder: Who Killed America's Economy? -- How to Get Out of the Financial Crisis -- Part 1 Big Think -- Of the 1 Percent, by the 1 Percent, for the 1 Percent -- The 1 Percent's Problem -- Slow Growth and Inequality Are Political Choices. We Can Choose Otherwise. -- Inequality Goes Global -- Inequality Is a Choice -- Democracy in the 1st Century -- Phony Capitalism -- Part II Personal Reflections -- How Dr. King Shaped My Work in Economics -- The Myth of America's Golden Age -- Part III Dimensions of Inequality -- Equal Opportunity, Our National Myth -- Student Debt and the Crushing of the American Dream -- Justice for Some -- The One Housing Solution Left: Mass Mortgage Refinancing -- Inequality and the American Child -- Ebola and Inequality -- Part IV Causes of America's Growing Inequality -- America's Socialism for the Rich -- A Tax System Stacked against the 99 Percent -- Globalization Isn't Just about Profits. It's about Taxes Too. -- Fallacies of Romney's Logic -- Part V Consequences of Inequality -- The Wrong Lesson from Detroit's Bankruptcy -- In No One We Trust -- Part VI Policy -- How Policy Has Contributed to the Great Economic Divide -- Why Janet Yellen, Not Larry Summers, Should Lead the Fed -- The Insanity of Our Food Policy -- On the Wrong Side of Globalization -- The Free-Trade Charade -- How Intellectual Property Reinforces Inequality -- India's Patently Wise Decision -- Eliminating Extreme Inequality: A Sustainable Development Goal, 2015-2030 -- The Postcrisis Crises -- Part VII Regional Perspectives -- The Mauritius Miracle -- Singapore's Lessons for an Unequal America -- Japan Should Be Alert -- Japan Is a Model, Not a Cautionary Tale -- China's Roadmap -- Reforming China's State-Market Balance -- Medelín: A Light unto Cities -- American Delusions Down Under -- Scottish Independence -- Spain's Depression -- Part VIII Putting America Back to Work -- How to Put America Back to Work -- Inequality Is Holding Back the Recovery -- The Book of Jobs -- Scarcity in an Age of Plenty -- Turn Left for Growth -- The Innovation Enigma -- Afterword -- Q&A : Jopseph Stiglitz on the Fallacy That the Top 1 Percent Drives Innovation, and Why the Reagan Administration Was America's Inequality Turning Point -- Credits
Dimensions
25 cm
Edition
First edition.
Extent
xxvi, 428 pages
Isbn
9780393248579
Lccn
2015006628
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
(OCoLC)904528653
Label
The great divide : unequal societies and what we can do about them, Joseph E. Stiglitz
Publication
Copyright
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Introduction -- Prelude: Showing Cracks -- The Economic Consequences of Mr. Bush -- Capitalist Fools -- The Anatomy of a Murder: Who Killed America's Economy? -- How to Get Out of the Financial Crisis -- Part 1 Big Think -- Of the 1 Percent, by the 1 Percent, for the 1 Percent -- The 1 Percent's Problem -- Slow Growth and Inequality Are Political Choices. We Can Choose Otherwise. -- Inequality Goes Global -- Inequality Is a Choice -- Democracy in the 1st Century -- Phony Capitalism -- Part II Personal Reflections -- How Dr. King Shaped My Work in Economics -- The Myth of America's Golden Age -- Part III Dimensions of Inequality -- Equal Opportunity, Our National Myth -- Student Debt and the Crushing of the American Dream -- Justice for Some -- The One Housing Solution Left: Mass Mortgage Refinancing -- Inequality and the American Child -- Ebola and Inequality -- Part IV Causes of America's Growing Inequality -- America's Socialism for the Rich -- A Tax System Stacked against the 99 Percent -- Globalization Isn't Just about Profits. It's about Taxes Too. -- Fallacies of Romney's Logic -- Part V Consequences of Inequality -- The Wrong Lesson from Detroit's Bankruptcy -- In No One We Trust -- Part VI Policy -- How Policy Has Contributed to the Great Economic Divide -- Why Janet Yellen, Not Larry Summers, Should Lead the Fed -- The Insanity of Our Food Policy -- On the Wrong Side of Globalization -- The Free-Trade Charade -- How Intellectual Property Reinforces Inequality -- India's Patently Wise Decision -- Eliminating Extreme Inequality: A Sustainable Development Goal, 2015-2030 -- The Postcrisis Crises -- Part VII Regional Perspectives -- The Mauritius Miracle -- Singapore's Lessons for an Unequal America -- Japan Should Be Alert -- Japan Is a Model, Not a Cautionary Tale -- China's Roadmap -- Reforming China's State-Market Balance -- Medelín: A Light unto Cities -- American Delusions Down Under -- Scottish Independence -- Spain's Depression -- Part VIII Putting America Back to Work -- How to Put America Back to Work -- Inequality Is Holding Back the Recovery -- The Book of Jobs -- Scarcity in an Age of Plenty -- Turn Left for Growth -- The Innovation Enigma -- Afterword -- Q&A : Jopseph Stiglitz on the Fallacy That the Top 1 Percent Drives Innovation, and Why the Reagan Administration Was America's Inequality Turning Point -- Credits
Dimensions
25 cm
Edition
First edition.
Extent
xxvi, 428 pages
Isbn
9780393248579
Lccn
2015006628
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
(OCoLC)904528653

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