Episode: 164 The Causes and Consequences of Inequality


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164 The Causes and Consequences of Inequality

HKS and HGSE Professor David Deming delves into the complicated causes and consequences of inequality, discusses why jobs lost from traditional sectors like manufacturing aren’t likely to return, and explains his belief in education as an important piece of the solution.



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