Oxfam completely wrong on global inequality

In this television debate, I argue that current concentrations of wealth are largely the result of pervasive state intervention, including bailouts, quantitative easing and monetary inflation more generally (explained in more detail here). Oxfam’s proposals to address inequality by further expanding the role of government are likely to be counterproductive. High taxes and heavy regulation trap the poor in poverty.

 

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