Category: Economy, Investing, Taxes and Policy, Think Tank, Wages & Income

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2 Responses to “Inequality and Growth”

  1. mpappa says:

    Part of the answer is high taxes in urban areas scares away jobs and large taxpayers.
    The economy is always in a depression where taxes are high and the government is corrupt.

  2. just-sayin says:

    Can anyone say they can make any sense of this presentation by just looking at the slides?
    I hope the ‘presented’ version with verbal discussion was intelligible.
    I have a postgraduate degree in Engineering Physics…am I just a dumbhead?