Why is there so much income inequality?

A list of relevant work:

  • Lu, Yujia, and David B. Grusky. Forthcoming. American Journal of Sociology, "Inequality in the Third Industrial Revolution."
  • The New Gilded Age, edited by David B. Grusky and Tamar Kricheli-Katz. 2012. Stanford: Stanford University Press.
  • Grusky, David B., and Tamar Kricheli-Katz. 2012. "Poverty and Inequality in a New World." Ch. 1, The New Gilded Age, edited by David B. Grusky and Tamar Kricheli-Katz. Stanford: Stanford University Press.
  • Grusky, David B. 2012. "What to Do About Inequality?" Boston Review (March/April).
  • Grusky, David B., and Kim A. Weeden. 2011. "Is Market Failure Behind the Takeoff in Inequality?" Pp. 90-97 in The Inequality Reader: Contemporary and Foundational Readings in Race, Class, and Gender, 2nd Edition, edited by David B. Grusky and Szonja Szelényi. Boulder: Westview Press.
  • Grusky, David B. 2011. "Rationing Education Protects the Rich." Boston Review (December). (Reprinted in Calcalist, Yedioth Ahronoth Group.)
  • The Inequality Puzzle. 2010. Roland Berger, David B. Grusky, Tobias Raffel, Geoffrey Samuels, and Christopher Wimer. Springer Press.
  • Grusky, David B., and Christopher Wimer. 2010. "Is There Too Much Inequality?" Pp. 3-10 in The Inequality Puzzle. 2010. Roland Berger, David B. Grusky, Tobias Raffel, Geoffrey Samuels, and Christopher Wimer. Springer Press.
  • Grusky, David B., and Christopher Wimer. 2010. "A View from the Top." Pp. 177-89 in The Inequality Puzzle. 2010. Roland Berger, David B. Grusky, Tobias Raffel, Geoffrey Samuels, and Christopher Wimer. Springer Press.
  • Grusky, David B., and Christopher Wimer. 2010. "Can Inequality be Reduced by Building Better Markets?" Pp. 211-23 in The Inequality Puzzle. 2010. Roland Berger, David B. Grusky, Tobias Raffel, Geoffrey Samuels, and Christopher Wimer. Springer Press.
  • Weeden, Kim A., Young-Mi Kim, Matt DiCarlo, and David B. Grusky. 2007. "Social Class and Earnings Inequality." American Behavioral Scientist 50: 702-36.

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Social mobility in the New Gilded Age

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The past, present, and future of big social classes

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The future of gender inequality

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Measuring poverty

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New models and methods

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Theories and mechanisms of inequality

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