To have and have More: Wealth Management and the Growth of Global Inequality

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Abstract

When it comes to global wealth inequality, we know how bad it’s getting, but what do we know about who is responsible? When Oxfam reports that 1% of the world population owns more than the other 99% put together, the question arises: who or what is making the rich so much richer, and the poor so much poorer?
When it comes to global wealth inequality, we know how bad it’s getting, but what do we know about who is responsible? When Oxfam reports that 1% of the world population owns more than the other 99% put together, the question arises: who or what is making the rich so much richer, and the poor so much poorer?
LanguageEnglish
Title of host publicationOECD Yearbook 2016 : Productive Economies, Inclusive Societies
EditorsRory Clarke, Brian Keeley
Place of PublicationParis
PublisherOECD
DateJul 2016
Pages82-83
DOIs
StatePublished - Jul 2016
SeriesOECD Observer
NumberSupplement 1
ISSN0029-7054

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Harrington, B. (2016). To have and have More: Wealth Management and the Growth of Global Inequality. In R. Clarke, & B. Keeley (Eds.), OECD Yearbook 2016: Productive Economies, Inclusive Societies (pp. 82-83). Paris: OECD. OECD Observer, No. Supplement 1, DOI: 10.1787/dcd271c1-en
Harrington, Brooke. / To have and have More : Wealth Management and the Growth of Global Inequality. OECD Yearbook 2016: Productive Economies, Inclusive Societies. editor / Rory Clarke ; Brian Keeley. Paris : OECD, 2016. pp. 82-83 (OECD Observer; No. Supplement 1).
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Harrington B. To have and have More: Wealth Management and the Growth of Global Inequality. In Clarke R, Keeley B, editors, OECD Yearbook 2016: Productive Economies, Inclusive Societies. Paris: OECD. 2016. p. 82-83. (OECD Observer; No. Supplement 1). Available from, DOI: 10.1787/dcd271c1-en