Il prezzo della disuguaglianza: Come la società divisa di oggi minaccia il nostro futuro
Publish date: March 2013
Pages no: 476
Edition language: Italian
, Social Science
, Social Issues
, Social Movements
, Social Justice
Joseph Stiglitz is a Nobel prize economist, a rich person, and he is not wanting complete equality. No. He wants less inequality as he see this as destabilizing society that lead to social unrest and disasters. So, he write books. He tried to tell normal people how the system is cheating people. H...
It's dense, as you'd expect. But his argument is solid, and well worth familiarizing yourself with.
Joseph E. Stiglitz, a 2001 Nobel Prize winning economist, in this book targets numerous examples of economic activity/policy what lead to consequences incompatible with America's self image as the "land of opportunity." All through the book he points out needless inefficiencies that are embedded in...
The text is dense and the writing occasionally dry but Stiglitz explains complex economic issues with great clarity and thoughtful analysis. Anyone seeking an understanding of the developments that lead to the economic collapse of 2008 and the "Great Recession" will find this book enlightening.