Wealth Inequality since 1810

wealth inequality pngVia Emmanuel Saez’s lecture notes on capital income taxation


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1 Response to Wealth Inequality since 1810

  1. Pensierodud says:

    I’d like very much to see the trend at this time. i figure out the lines are on the upside. the middle class -i tell you as italian citizen who every day experiences it- is getting thinner and poorer. tanx for the chart. waiting for updates…

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