Globalization, Growth, Inequalities and Democracy: A New Perspective

  • Jean Paul Fitoussi
  • Xavier Girre
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Everyone feels that inequalities are steadily increasing. Simultaneously, many debates focus on these drastic trends’ causes. We consider that globalization has a major impact on wealth’s distribution because of its own characteristics and the context in which it happens.


Technological Change Capital Flow Wage Inequality Profit Sharing Potential Growth Rate 
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  • Jean Paul Fitoussi
  • Xavier Girre

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