The Rise of Income Inequality and Its Threat to the Future of Capitalism
23 May, 2017 | (01 hr)
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Capitalism has underpinned the most prosperous nation in history. But today, acute economic inequality threatens our system’s cohesion, capacity, and viability. Much of this inequality derives from lagging income growth for hard-working people, placing the American Dream increasingly out of reach as a result. The issue concerns a broad swath of citizens – from low-income to high-income, living in red states and blue states.
This webcast will lay out the causes of economic inequality and solutions that can help more citizens climb the economic latter.
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Lenny Mendonca is a director emeritus (retired senior partner) from the Washington D.C. and San Francisco offices of McKinsey & Company, a global management consulting firm. He is a Lecturer at the Stanford Business School, and a senior fellow at the Presidio Institute. He is also an ad...Full Bio
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