Inequality and Instability
This MIT Center for International Studies Starr Forum was part of the series sponsored by the Starr Foundation of New York.
James Galbraith talked about his book, Inequality and Instability: A Study of the World Economy Just Before the Great Crisis. He used some graphs during his presentation, and then was joined in discussion by Rachel Wellhausen. They responded to questions from members of the audience. Professor Singer chaired.
This MIT Center for International Studies Starr Forum was part of the series sponsored by the Starr Foundation of New York. close
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James K. Galbraith Professor University of Texas at Austin->LBJ School of Public Affairs
David Andrew Singer Associate Professor Massachusetts Institute of Technology->Political Science Department
Rachel Wellhausen Graduate Student Massachusetts Institute of Technology->Political Science Department
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