The right measure is not how much wealth or income people have or receive, but their spending power after the government has levied taxes on those resources and supplemented those resources with welfare and other benefits.
By Laurence Kotlikoff and Alan Auerbach
Since their invention, people have found ways around paying those pesky taxes, including destroying their own homes.
By Tracy Moran, OZY
The author of today's best-selling book about economics predicts that inequality is bound to get worse. His advocacy for an international tax on capital is well-known by now, but what else does he think can stem the tide of wealth…
By Thomas Piketty
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