Branko Milanović, the world’s leading economists focused on inequality
James Robinson, economics and political science professor at University of Chicago
Rebekah Smith, Executive Director of Labor Mobility Partnerships
While borders have the ability to divide countries both politically and socially, wealth drives an even bigger wedge between us. How do we make sense of the fact that the wealthiest country in the world, the United States, borders one of the poorest countries: Mexico? Despite efforts to mitigate this, global wealth inequality still appears to be growing. According to the World Inequality Report, the poorest half of the global population owns just 2% of the total global wealth.
In this episode of the Entitled podcast explored some of the ways we could fix global wealth inequality.