- Inequality: what is at stake (2/4) - Pro-Piketty and Anti-Piketty: A review of the literature in 20 topics
Inequality: what is at stake (2/4) - Pro-Piketty and Anti-Piketty: A review of the literature in 20 topics
Monday 07 June 2021
No one is disputing that Piketty’s books are ground-breaking, that his research and his team’s research are fundamental, or that their databases and reports are invaluable. Moreover, this research puts economics back in history, which is highly commendable. According to Piketty, the relatively egalitarian world of the “Thirty Glorious Years” following the world war II is being replaced by once again very unequal societies, with a force of inertia notably in terms of wealth inequalities. He concludes that the best way to counter this trend is to implement a progressive global capital tax...
ECB QE Monitor - June 2021
The Eurosystem started its QE in March 2015.
Shifts & Narratives #7 - Opening the Pandora’s box of social risks: Consequences for investors
The Covid-19 crisis can be considered a turning point for social issues: it has put global socio-economic inequalities in the spotlight and made them more concrete than ever before. It has also clearly shown the tragic effects, from an economic and societal perspective, that systemic shocks can have on unequal, non-resilient societies.
Cross Asset Investment Strategy - June 2021
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