The critique of capital in the twenty first century in search of the macroeconomic foundations of inequality
Guillaume Allègre () and
Xavier Timbeau ()
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Thomas Piketty's Capital in the Twenty-First Century proposes a critical analysis of the dynamics of capital accumulation. The book has several objectives: to present the historical dynamics of capital and its distribution up to the early twenty-first century; to offer a prospective analysis of these dynamics up to the end of this century; and, finally, to discuss policy measures that would make it possible to avoid the future it lays out.
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