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Inequality and consequences for economic growth

Bob Hindle

6th October 2014

Following on from Tom White's recent blog on relative poverty, Robert Peston has an excellent new blog to accompany a Radio 4 programme on inequality. He examines whether the 'Great Recession' has sharpened the debate on inequality so that the conventional wisdom has shifted. Even the International Monetary Fund are now arguing that income inequality may be a cause of slower economic growth.

Bob Hindle

Economics teacher,examiner and lecturer with several years experience at A/AS, IB and IGCSE. Key interests are in the economics of India and raising social mobility through education.

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