The Real Sources of U.S. Inequality and Unemployment
Authors: Ricahrd Katz, Senior Editor, The Oriental Economic Report, Robert Z. Lawrence, Williams Professor of International Trade and Investment, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, and A. Michael Spence, Distinguished Visiting Fellow
November / December 2011
Is globalization to blame for rising unemployment and income inequality in the United States? Richard Katz and Robert Lawrence argue that other factors are at fault. Perhaps, says Michael Spence—but the overarching eŞects of globalization cannot be denied.
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