This video says about itself:
8 April 2015
Thomas Piketty and Joseph E. Stiglitz discuss the causes of, consequences of, and remedies for inequality. With opening remarks from Clive Cowdery, George Soros, OECD Secretary General Angel Gurria, Institute President Rob Johnson and Institute Board Members Anatole Kaletsky and Lord Adair Turner.
Translated from NOS TV in the Netherlands:
Income inequality at highest point
Income inequality in most industrialized countries is now at the highest point since the OECD began measuring it, thirty years ago. The richest ten percent earn 9.6 times as much as the lowest paid ten percent in the 18 OECD countries.
In the Netherlands, income inequality is relatively low … However, the assets disparity here is very large. Only in the USA this is even greater. …
Furthermore, the OECD remarks that relatively many permanent jobs in the Netherlands have disappeared in recent years, while zero-hours jobs have increased.
Last week the New York Times released the results of an opinion poll, conducted in collaboration with CBS News, showing overwhelming and growing popular opposition to social inequality in the United States: here.