Thomas Pikkety's Capital in the 21st Century - an Analysis Based on Intellectual Capital

@inproceedings{Natalya2015ThomasPC,
  title={Thomas Pikkety's Capital in the 21st Century - an Analysis Based on Intellectual Capital},
  author={Tyulkova Natalya and Tom{\'e} Eduardo},
  year={2015}
}
In this paper we analyze the book that was hailed by Paul Krugman and the Financial Times as the book of the Year of 2014, through the lenses of the Intellectual Capital. Published in 2012, Thomas Piketty’s Capital in the 21st century became a worldwide sensation and best seller because of the depth of its analysis and the controversy created by its findings. In a nutshell Piketty claims that contrary to the neoclassical forecast, inequality in the world might grow, due to a shock between… CONTINUE READING

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