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Europe and America – Two Takes on the Welfare State


In the United States, government policies for redistributing wealth are much more limited than in Europe. Yet, the two continents share cultural and religious roots and represent wealthy societies. What causes these differences then? In the opinion of the economist Alberto Alesina, Dean at Harvard University, essentially, there are two answers…

In the United States, government policies for redistributing wealth are much more limited than in Europe. Yet, the two continents share cultural and religious roots and represent wealthy societies. What causes these differences then? In the opinion of the economist Alberto Alesina, Dean at Harvard University, essentially, there are two answers…

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