Challenge accepted: Capital in the 21st Century

Invest the money you would have spent on college?

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One Response to Challenge accepted: Capital in the 21st Century

  1. Evan says:

    Oh very nicely done, though you maybe should’ve reversed the sense of it and made x = economic inequality, because it’s much more common to measure that value than its inverse.

    (The gini coefficient is a measure of inequality, not equality, and the term “economic inequality” turns up so much more often in print than my aging eyes steadfastly insisted on reading the caption the wrong way the first three or four times I looked at it. :) )

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