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The economist talks about transforming his economic opus ‘Capital in the Twenty-First Century’ into a 100-minute film
The French economist’s data-driven analysis of inequality offers a flawed prospectus for change
The bestselling French economist on how to make societies fairer
Proponents of wealth taxes and the Green New Deal are relying on conflicting theories
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National Front has given voice to much of working class once represented by the left
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Opposition continues game of teaming academics with MPs in bid to change narrative