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Explained | Why Women Are Paid Less | FULL EPISODE | Netflix


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Explained | Why Women Are Paid Less | FULL EPISODE | Netflix

Thomas Sowell on the Myths of Economic Inequality


Recorded on November 15, 2018
Thomas Sowell discusses economic inequality, racial inequality, and the myths that have continued to falsely describe the system of poverty among different racial and economic classes. He explains the economic theories behind these pervasive myths and proposes factbased solutions for seemingly intractable situations.
Sowell discusses his early life as a high school dropout and his first fulltime job as a Western Union messenger delivering telegrams. He admits to flirting with Marxism in his early twenties as he first tried to grapple with the housing inequality he saw across the neighborhoods of New York City. Marxism, he says, was the only explanation he could find at the time. He went on to serve in the Marine Corps before continuing his education in economics at Harvard and earning a master’s at Columbia and a PhD at the University of Chicago.
Sowell’s first job after his receiving his PhD in economics was working for the Department of Labor, and he says it was there that he realized Marxism was not the answer. He argues that the government has its own institutional interests in inequality that cannot be explained through Marxism. He began to be discouraged by Marxism and the government in general and began searching for better economic ideas and solutions (the free market).
Robinson and Sowell discuss Sowell’s written works, his ideas of racial and economic inequality, the state of the United States today, and much more.
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Thomas Sowell on the Myths of Economic Inequality

What is Inequality?


Inequality, or economic inequality, refers to the difference between the rich and poor or the have and havenots. It is shown by people’s different positions within the economic distribution.
Read more: https://marketbusinessnews.com/financialglossary/inequalitydefinitionmeaning/

What is Inequality?

Inequality: What Is It and Why Does It Matter? | Economics for People with Ha-Joon Chang


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The fight for greater equality has been behind some of the most momentous moments in human history. But since the advent of neoliberalism in the 1980’s, there’s been a view by many economists that inequality is inevitable and any interventions against it are unadvisable. In this eighth lecture in INET’s “Economics For People” series, HaJoon Chang explains what inequality is, how we measure it, and why understanding it matters.
About “Economics for People”:
“It is extremely important for our democracy to function that ordinary citizens understand the key issues and basic theories of economics.” – HaJoon Chang\r
Economics has long been the domain of the ivory tower, where specialized language and opaque theorems make it inaccessible to most people. That’s a problem.\r
In the new series “Economics For People” from the Institute for New Economic Thinking (INET), University of Cambridge economist and bestselling author HaJoon Chang explains key concepts in economics, empowering anyone to hold their government, society, and economy accountable.

Inequality: What Is It and Why Does It Matter? | Economics for People with Ha-Joon Chang

Social Change and Inequality in Thailand


Social Change and Inequality in Thailand

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