IMF: Reducing Inequality With Transfers Increases Growth
The International Monetary Fund put out a study yesterday about the effect of inequality and "redistribution" on growth. Among the dozens of conflicting uses of the word "redistribution," the study authors use it here to mean reducing inequality through transfer programs.
The paper draws upon a relatively new and apparently massive cross-country data set to reach three main findings:
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