Joseph E. Stiglitz
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In The Price of Inequality, Nobel Prize-winning economist Joseph Stiglitz argues that widely unequal societies don't function effectively or have stable economies. Even the rich will pay a steep price if economic inequalities continue to worsen, he says.
Joshua Ferris (Then We Came To The End) studies the monster within in The Unnamed. Lush language limns a Soviet childhood of privation and paranoia in A Mountain of Crumbs. Nobel economist Joseph Stiglitz's Freefall lays blame for the financial failure. And Crash Course tracks the American auto industry "from glory to disaster.
In his book Freefall, economist Joseph Stiglitz gives Washington bad grades for its responses to the nation's economic crises. The Nobel laureate says the government has been using its lending capacity to help banks, not ordinary people, stay afloat.
Iraq war costs reach beyond the tab for bullets and bombs, says Joseph Stiglitz, co-author (with Linda Bilmes) of the new book The Three Trillion Dollar War. They join Fresh Air to talk about potential long-term expenses from the war.
The cost of war in Iraq reaches beyond the bullets and bombs, says Linda Bilmes, co-author (with Joseph Stiglitz) of the new book, The Three Trillion Dollar War. They join Fresh Air to talk about potential long-term expenses from the war.