Economic Progress

Inequality is getting so bad it's threatening the very foundation of economic growth

"Persistent lack of inclusion can fray social cohesion and undermine the sustainability of growth itself." Image: REUTERS/Marko Djurica

Pedro Nicolaci da Costa

Editorial Fellow, Peterson Institute for International Economics

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