The authors review recent trends in inequality in outcomes and opportunity and present evidence on their correlation across countries and within countries across time, then present a framework to understand the mechanisms underlying the relationship between inequalities in income and opportunity and discuss the potential effects of policies on opportunity and how these can be quantitatively assessed.
Subjects: Business, Economics, Sociology
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