Author(s): Karl Pichelmann
Growth and investment in Europe have been stuck in low gear since the crisis while inequality has continued to rise. In light of these facts, this paper examines growth and inequality trends in Europe in the context of secular stagnation theories and Piketty’s theory on growth and inequality.
|KC-AI-15-551-EN-N (online)||KC-AI-15-551-EN-C (print)|
|ISBN 978-92-79-44824-9 (online)||ISBN 978-92-79-44825-6 (print)|
|doi: 10.2765/005310 (online)||doi: 10.2765/003981 (print)|
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