Inequality in 3D (literally)

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    `From the Fed (which is ironic because you know, accommodative policies have increased inequality):

    The paper focuses on two questions. What does inequality in two and three dimensions look like? Has inequality in multiple dimensions increased by less, by more, or by about the same as inequality in any one dimension? We find an increase in inequality in two dimensions and in three dimensions, with a faster increase in multi-dimensional inequality than in one-dimensional inequality. Viewing inequality through one dimension greatly understates the level and the growth in inequality in two and three dimensions. The U.S. is becoming more economically unequal than is generally understood.

    Here’s the full paper:

    3 Dine Quality by Heisenberg on Scribd

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    For context… these:

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    401k

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    Michael Douglas

    So….it looks like there is an increase in inequality….go figure.

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