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Intergenerational Occupational Mobility in Great Britain and the United States since 1850

From Long and Ferrie: The US tolerates more inequality than Europe and believes its economic mobility is greater than Europe’s, though they had roughly equal rates of intergenerational occupational mobility in the late twentieth century. We extend this comparison into the … Continue reading

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Larry Summers on “The Fiscal and Economic Effects of Austerity”

From Larry Summers: Thank you for the opportunity to speak before this committee. You have chosen to address issues relating to austerity at an opportune time as both our economic and our budget situations are in considerable flux and as … Continue reading

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