Basic income: enriching humanity on an individual level | Halldóra Mogensen | TEDxReykjavik
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Basic income: enriching humanity on an individual level | Halldóra Mogensen | TEDxReykjavik

Translator: Michele Gianella Reviewer: Elisabeth Buffard Imagine not having to put a limit on yourself, based on your need for an income. Not letting the…

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Inequality and the future of capitalism
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Inequality and the future of capitalism

I think as at no other time in my lifetime, people are very troubled by inequality. Let me give you some quotes. In 2016, Theresa…

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Education Policy Workshop on Inequality in Education
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Education Policy Workshop on Inequality in Education

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Richard Wolff on the Common Ground between Libertarianism and Socialism
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Richard Wolff on the Common Ground between Libertarianism and Socialism

I would argue to my libertarian friends, your definition of socialism is strange, and not quite on target. Are there some socialists who are in…

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Trends in U.S. Wage Inequality & Why do we Care? (EiP)
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Trends in U.S. Wage Inequality & Why do we Care? (EiP)

Now, I apologize for this table of numbers. I don’t expect you to absorb all of these numbers. But just to give you a sense…

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Thomas Piketty: Extreme inequality is useless for growth
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Thomas Piketty: Extreme inequality is useless for growth

My own viewpoint after I’ve studied all of these countries’ experiences is that one major lesson of the 20th century is that we don’t need…

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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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