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The unfolding Coronavirus pandemic has sent ripples across the world, affecting both health and economic sectors of our society. What will the effects of this outbreak be on inequality, and how will this translate for the future European economy on a wider scale? How have similar crises and their aftermaths remodeled economic ideologies? POLITICO’s Florian ...

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The unfolding Coronavirus pandemic has sent ripples across the world, affecting both health and economic sectors of our society. What will the effects of this outbreak be on inequality, and how will this translate for the future European economy on a wider scale? How have similar crises and their aftermaths remodeled economic ideologies?



POLITICO’s Florian Eder and Marion Solletty host the first ever “Virtual Brussels Playbook Interview” with French economist and Professor Thomas Piketty on April 28, 2020.



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Thomas Piketty
Thomas Piketty (7 May 1971) is a French economist who works on wealth and income inequality. He is a professor (directeur d'études) at the École des hautes études en sciences sociales (EHESS), associate chair at the Paris School of Economics and Centennial professor at the London School of Economics new International Inequalities Institute.

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