World Economic Forum: Income Inequality Is A Major Global Risk

From ThinkProgress Tue Jan 8 2013, 16:20:11

According to a survey of experts in government, academia, and industry organized by the World Economic Forum, income inequality is the risk "most likely to have a global impact" over the next ten years. The survey found that a major systemic financial failure is the risk that, while not as likely, would have the largest [...]

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