“The Price of Inequality” by Joseph Stiglitz: This book explores the growing income inequality in the world and its impact on the economy, democracy, and social cohesion. Stiglitz argues that policies aimed at reducing inequality are not only morally right but also economically beneficial.
“Capital in the Twenty-First Century” by Thomas Piketty: This book analyzes the historical evolution of capitalism and the concentration of wealth and income in the hands of a few. Piketty argues that unless action is taken to address this trend, we will continue to see increasing inequality and social unrest.
“The End of Poverty” by Jeffrey Sachs: This book outlines a comprehensive plan to end extreme poverty in the world by 2025. Sachs argues that poverty is not only a moral issue but also a global security and economic issue and that it can be eliminated through a combination of aid, debt relief, and investment.
“The Bottom Billion” by Paul Collier: This book focuses on the problems faced by the world’s poorest countries and argues that conventional aid and development strategies are often ineffective in addressing their needs. Collier proposes alternative solutions, such as providing access to markets and creating better governance structures, to help lift these countries out of poverty.