After Piketty : the agenda for economics and inequality / edited by Heather Boushey, J. Bradford DeLong, Marshall Steinbaum.

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Published: Cambridge, Massachusetts : Harvard University Press, 2017.
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Table of Contents:
  • Introduction : Capital in the twenty-first century, three years later / J. Bradford DeLong, Heather Boushey, and Marshall Steinbaum
  • Reception. The Piketty phenomenon / Arthur Goldhammer ; Thomas Piketty is right / Robert M. Solow ; Why we're in a new Gilded Age / Paul Krugman
  • Conceptions of capital. What's wrong with Capital in the Twenty-First Century's model? / Devesh Raval ; A political economy take on W/Y / Suresh Naidu ; The ubiquitous nature of slave capital / Daina Ramey Berry ; Human capital and wealth before and after Capital in the Twenty-First Century / Eric R. Nielsen ; Exploring the effects of technology on income and wealth inequality / Laura Tyson and Michael Spence ; Income inequality, wage determination, and the fissured workplace / David Weil
  • Dimensions of inequality. Increasing capital income share and its effect personal income inequality / Branko Milanovic ; Global inequality / Christoph Lakner ; The geographies of Capital in the Twenty-first Century: Inequality, political economy, and space / Gareth A. Jones ; The research agenda after Capital in the Twenty-First Century / Emmanuel Saez ; Macro models of wealth inequality / Mariacristina De Nardi, Giulio Fella, and Fang Yang ; A feminist interpretation of patrimonial capitalism / Heather Boushey ; What does rising inequality mean for the macroeconomy? / Mark Zandi ; Rising inequality and economic stability / Salvatore Morelli
  • The political economy of capital and capitalism. Inequality and the rise of social democracy : an ideological history / Marshall I. Steinbaum ; The legal constitution of capitalism / David Singh Grewal ; The historical origins of global inequality / Ellora Derenoncourt ; Everywhere and nowhere : politics in Capital in the Twenty-First Century / Elisabeth Jacobs
  • Piketty responds. Toward a reconciliation between economics and the social sciences / Thomas Piketty.