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Listen: Ha-Joon Chang on inequality, the election and Brazil’s dirty business secrets

How do we address the growing gulf between society's haves and have-nots?

By Prospect Team  

Why is Britain, and the world, so unequal © Yui Mok/PA Archive/Press Association Images

Why is the world getting more unequal? How is neoliberalism an invention of Joseph Stalin? in what way can we get a fairer society without rioting in the streets? Award-winning economist Ha-Joon Chang discussed these and other questons at a lecture hosted by the Joseph Rowntree Foundation and Prospect this month. You can listen to it in full…

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