Chrystia Freeland

Income inequality: government, Warren Buffett and growth

By Chrystia Freeland
November 30, 2012

When Branko Milanovic, a World Bank economist, published “The Haves and the Have-Nots,” a study of global income inequality last year, one of his most striking observations was the extent to which the subject was taboo in the United States.

Wall Street protesters challenge Reagan Revolution

By Chrystia Freeland
October 14, 2011

On a drizzly evening in Zuccotti Park this week, where the Occupy Wall Street protesters are camped out with the modern revolutionary’s gear of iPhone, blue tarp and cappuccino, I spotted one young man wearing a T-shirt with an image of Ronald Reagan and the words “Bad Religion.”