The Economics of Inequality — Thomas Piketty

Everyone talks about Thomas Piketty. He’s so popular that he’s even quoted at the church that I go to occasionally. The French economist is now an advisor to Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour. He’s doing pretty well for himself. And presumably that’s because he’s: a) super intelligent and b) has a keen social conscience. Just like his book. I felt as if I was learning something but I wasn’t sure what until the end. And now I know. But you’ll have to read it to find out for yourself! Not an easy read but at only 125 pages, it’s short enough for you to persevere.