Overstating the Costs of Inequality

Scott Winship

National Affairs | 2014

“After all, finding statistical relationships between economic and social problems is easy; it is the failure to rigorously test hypotheses about the meaning of these relationships, as well as the inclination to selectively cite research friendly to one’s position, that muddies the waters. Pointing out the limits of our knowledge is a way to clear things up.”

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