Book notes: After Piketty, by Heather Boushey, Bradford Delong & Marshall Steinbaum

After Piketty

Heather Boushey, Bradford Delong and Marshall Steinbaum, After Piketty: the agenda for economics and inequality, Harvard University Press, 2017, 678 pages

“Two years ago, we editors would have said ‘maybe, also maybe not’,” writes Boushey, Delong and Steinbaum, reflecting the early tentativeresponse to Piketty’s thesis on wealth distribution and inequality. However, with the sale of over two million copies in more than 30 languages, Thomas Piketty’s magnum opus, Capital in the twenty-first

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