In fact, inequality studies have been a mainstay of the discipline since at least 1948.
Alarmists insist inequality is skyrocketing in the United States. A new measure of the top one percent's wealth should temper that claim
The progressive zeal for higher taxes is distorting how they construct inequality statistics.
In terms of information access and the opportunity to learn and share knowledge, we’ve never been more rich and equal.
Economists Emmanuel Saez and Gabriel Zucman claim we need a 70% tax rate to stem inequality. Their argument derives from a misreading of U.S. tax history.