Workforce and Employment

Talent pools: why skill tends to concentrate

The distribution of talent and human capital is highly skewed across the world. Image: REUTERS/Christian Hartmann

Sari Pekkala Kerr

Economist, Wellesley Centers for Women

William Kerr

Professor, Harvard Business School

Çağlar Özden

Senior Economist, Development Research Group, Trade and International Integration (DECTI), World Bank

Christopher Parsons

Assistant Professor, University of Western Australia

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