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Inequality: What Can Be Done?
by Anthony B. Atkinson
April 18, 2017 - April 21, 2017

Done

the problem with this book is that he doesn't actually talk about Marx or even neoliberalism at all (I checked the index) and so while that does make it (perhaps) more palatable for the general reader, it also waters it down too much for my liking

B. Atkinson, A. (2015). Inequality: What Can Be Done?. Harvard University Press.


Harvard University Press, 2015. 400 pages.

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p.267
Laffer curve »
a theory developed by supply-side economist Art...
p.158
primogeniture »
(noun) the state of being the firstborn of the ...
p.128
parlous »
(adjective) full of danger or uncertainty; prec...
p.121
Baumol effect »
(aka Baumol's cost disease) rise of salaries in...
p.83
Heckscher–Ohlin model »
a general equilibrium mathematical model of int...
p.306
no alternative
[...] the corrosive view that there is nothing ...
p.243
shrinking the cake
The standard objection to proposals such as tho...
p.221
exclusion from participation income
[...] Any actual scheme would involve a conditi...
p.219
participation income
Second, the proposal is for a benefit to be pai...
p.217
child benefit
There is, moreover, a second crucial difference...