Policy leaders are increasingly focusing on income and wealth inequality as the global economy continues its plodding recovery from the 2008 financial crisis. Juan Pablo Bohoslavsky, the United Nations’ Independent Expert on foreign debt and human rights, examines whether inequality can cause financial disruptions and outlines the many effects that crises have on individuals’ “full enjoyment of human rights.” getAbstract recommends his cogent, erudite analysis, which explores the layered dimensions of the inequality debate, to policy makers, executives and investors.
In this summary, you will learn
- Why income and wealth inequality may cause financial disruptions,
- What links exist between financial crises and inequity, and
- How inequality affects the ability of individuals to attain their basic human rights.
About the Author
Juan Pablo Bohoslavsky, an attorney, is the United Nations’ Independent Expert on foreign debt and human rights.