Inequality, stagnating incomes and the Great Recession: Are things getting better?
During the last decade, income growth came to an abrupt halt for most households in the developed countries. Image: REUTERS/Nicky Loh
Laura D'Andrea TysonDistinguished Professor of the Graduate School, Haas School of Business, University of California, Berkeley
Anu MadgavkarPartner, McKinsey & Company
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