Bruce Madariaga – Economic Inequality
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Bruce Madariaga – Economic Inequality

[ Music ]>>Good afternoon. It’s really great to see so many of you here. My name is Dr. Denise Dewhurst, I’m a professor of psychology…

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Invisible Hands: What Rules and Institutions are Best for Society?
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Invisible Hands: What Rules and Institutions are Best for Society?

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How the tech revolution has left communities behind
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How the tech revolution has left communities behind

(light music) – So, the three pillars are really the pillars that hold up society. On the one hand, there’s the political pillar: the state,…

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Robert Reich: What is Inequality of Place?
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Robert Reich: What is Inequality of Place?

You’ve heard me talk about inequalities of income and wealth and political power. But another kind of inequality needs to be addressed as well: widening…

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Introduction to Business, Government, and Society
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Introduction to Business, Government, and Society

>>Hello. Welcome to the business responsibilities in society course. My name is Duncan Pelly, and I’ll be your instructor over the next 15 lessons. In…

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The distribution of wealth in America, wealth Inequality in America
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The distribution of wealth in America, wealth Inequality in America

there’s a chart I saw recently that I can’t get out of my head a Harvard Business professor and economist asked more than 5,000 Americans…

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Economic Update: Capitalism Breeds Inequality
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Economic Update: Capitalism Breeds Inequality

Welcome friends to another edition of economic update a weekly program devoted to the economic dimensions of our lives jobs debts incomes the growth of…

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Think Tank FGV – Selective Marriage and Income Inequality, Prof Cézar Santos
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Think Tank FGV – Selective Marriage and Income Inequality, Prof Cézar Santos

There is a field of economics called family economics. I have worked with several coauthors on this subject, in particular looking at…

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Is Social Justice Just? Why Income Inequality is Just [POLICYbrief]
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Is Social Justice Just? Why Income Inequality is Just [POLICYbrief]

Social justice is the idea that everybody should be treated equal no matter what their virtue, no matter what their vices, no matter how much…

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The dirty secret of capitalism — and a new way forward | Nick Hanauer
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The dirty secret of capitalism — and a new way forward | Nick Hanauer

I am a capitalist, and after a 30-year career in capitalism spanning three dozen companies, generating tens of billions of dollars in market value, I’m…

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