As nearly 30 million Americans have filed for unemployment in just six weeks and millions worldwide face hunger and poverty, DN looks at the global economic catastrophe triggered by the pandemic and its impact on the most vulnerable.
As the World Food Programme warns of a massive spike in global hunger and more than 100 million people in cities worldwide could fall into poverty, can this crisis be a catalyst for change?
DN asks French economist Thomas Piketty. His 2014 internationally best-selling book, Capital in the Twenty-First Century, looked at economic inequality and the necessity of wealth taxes. His new book, Capital and Ideology, has been described as a manifesto for political change.
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