LUISS Open further explores inequality, with a contribution by Andrea Brandolini, Romina Gambacorta e Alfonso Rosolia focused on the trends in Italian economy
The economic recovery seems to indicate a better future, but the perils of inequalities and populisms as well as the geo-political tensions (especially in the Middle East) still remain. A possible positive contribution may come from President Trump’s “grand bargain”
Fabrizio Barca, economist and former minister, in a conversation with LUISS Open on the new economic, social and recognition faults criss-crossing our continent. Said inequalities also have a territorial aspect. He goes on to describe a European policy (a bit of an ill-treated one) that would be very effective in treating the wounds of the Old Continent
Milanovic book shows that a new global middle class is gaining from globalization, along with a few super-rich ones, but the historic middle class is losing. Philosophy helps to understand these numbers and the western mood of us.
In this preview of the book “Global Inequality. A new approach for the age of globalization”, Branko Milanovic shows how the existence of the citizenship premium has important implications for migration