PUBLIC POLICY: Rising Income Inequality, the Minimum Wage, and the Median Voter Theorem By Prof. OREN LEVIN-WALDMAN

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Rising income inequality is of course problematic because it symbolizes the dual nature of our economy and the shrinking middle class. It is also dangerous to democracy because it tilts the power balance in policy formulation towards the interests of the wealthy away from the poor and the middle class. What is often not talked about is the relationship between …

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