August 2013: "Inequality and Decision Making: Imagining a New Line of Inquiry"

In this recently released Harvard Business School working paper, David Moss, Anant Thaker, and Howard Rudnick review the literature and find no academic consensus on the consequences of inequality. They suggest that research focusing on the mechanisms through which inequality may impact individual decision making could help to further understanding on this important question. Read more about the initiative in Harvard Business School's Working Knowledge: "Studying How Income Inequality Shapes Behavior"

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Economic Inequality
2013