Onsequences of wealth inequality in history

You must have at least eight sources, the majority of which should be from the libraryas
scholarly database or journalism database, not from the Internet. If you have more, yeee-ha! It might improve your grade. I suggest you look at at least ten, and then narrow it down to the best. I will not accept sources that end in .com. Wikipedia is not acceptable as a source or citation, but you may use it in your research as a starting point. You must also have at least four substantive and relevant quotations in your research paper, with proper MLA or APA citations.


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Lysandrou, P. (2011). Global Inequality, Wealth Concentration and the Subprime Crisis: A Marxian Commodity Theory Analysis. Development & Change, 42(1), 183-208. doi:10.1111/j.1467-7660.2010.01680.x

Kraus, M. W., & Callaghan, B. (2014). Noblesse Oblige? Social Status and Economic Inequality Maintenance among Politicians. Plos ONE, 9(1), 1-6. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0085293

Keister, L. A. (2000). Race and Wealth Inequality: The Impact of Racial Differences in Asset Ownership on the Distribution of Household Wealth. Social Science Research, 29(4), 477-502.

Cagetti, M., & Nardi, M. D. (2006). Wealth Inequality: Data and Models. Macroeconomics Dynamics, 12(2), 285-313.

Bardhan, P., Bowles, S., & Gintis, H. (2000). Chapter 10 Wealth inequality, wealth constraints and economic performance. Handbook of Income Distribution, 1, 541-603.