Is Inequality Set to Decline?
This FT clip looks at the historic factors that have contributed to rising inequality, or at least the perception of rising inequality today, and the subsequent implications of this for populism and financial markets.
Markus Stadlmann of Lloyds argues that the wage shock of the 1980s and 1990s, have passed and that there's evidence that there's now wage growth in low-paid sectors in advanced in economies, meaning that the Gini coefficient may fall in future.
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