“Remedies For Income Inequality” first defines the phenomenon using simple statistical examples. The ebook discusses some of the key structural elements that have made income inequality so difficult to deal with across the entire economy. Lastly, the author discusses the classic remedies and provides some interesting historical perspectives. The author presents future opportunities to deal with income inequality in a more systematic way.
Bronxville, NY, April 26, 2015 –(PR.com)– Learn ways to break loose from the shackles of income inequality. “Remedies For Income Inequality” by Dr. Joseph S Maresca discusses the definition of income inequality, as well as, potential remedies for implementation across the U.S. economy and even foreign economies.
Income inequality is an indicator of how scarce resources are distributed across the societal domain. High levels of income inequality are morally unjustifiable.
Income inequality is depicted as the ratio of income in the upper quartiles to the total population. For example, a hypothetical statistic may show that 80% of a country’s income is controlled by 25% of that country’s residents. These statistics are unfair inherently; but, there are remedies to bridge the inequities between the rich, middle class and the poor.
The ebook will discuss ways to create a fairer share of resources across the domain of the society. Dr. Joseph S Maresca is an Amazon Hall of Fame Reviewer with over 1910 reviews and 12,700+ affirmative votes from readers.
Dr. Joseph S Maresca
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