Edward Wolff

New York University

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Professor of Economics at New York University and an expert on income distribution

Edward Wolff on KCRW

One of the reasons for income inequality in the US is the skyrocketing pay of corporate executives, even when their companies are not doing well.

Executive Pay and Corporate Failure

One of the reasons for income inequality in the US is the skyrocketing pay of corporate executives, even when their companies are not doing well.

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In recent years, compensation for corporate executives has quadrupled in constant dollars while pay for wage-earners has been steadily going down.

What Do Climbing Executive Salaries Mean for the Rest of Us?

In recent years, compensation for corporate executives has quadrupled in constant dollars while pay for wage-earners has been steadily going down.

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