Monday March 30, 2020

Capital and Ideology: Piketty’s difficult second album

The French superstar economist has many ideas about inequality in society and how capital should be shared fairly, but we might all profit if he would get to the point

22nd March, 2020
Thomas Piketty: the French economist paints in brush strokes that are sometimes too broad. Picture: Getty

Economics

Capital and Ideology

By Thomas Piketty

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