Race, class and culture: A conversation with William Julius Wilson and J.D. Vance
Is a growing middle class good for the poor?
Workshop: Deepening knowledge of long-term finance in Africa
Markers of well and ill-being, ranging from life satisfaction to stress, are more unequally shared across the rich and the poor in the U.S. than they are in Latin America, a region long known for high levels of inequality.
I’ve seen some pretty awful poverty. [But] There is something about poverty in the U.S. that is worse, even though, materially, people have more.