Economic Progress

America's 2015 income data is out - this is what it shows about inequality

The U.S. Capitol building, January 28, 2014. Image: REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque

Emmanuel Saez

Director, Center for Equitable Growth, University of California Berkeley

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