The best way to measure inequality

Thomas Piketty and his colleagues have insisted that tax records are better for measuring inequality than income surveys. James K. Galbraith believes they are wrong, and breaks down his new paper casting doubt on some of their methods.

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Topics:  Poverty and income inequality

Tags:  income inequality, Income tax

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