'The Inequality Puzzle' presents interviews with thirteen prominent business executives, politicians and labor leaders in the US and EU. Written in English for a non-academic audience, the book explores different policy approaches to rising income inequality in the United States and many European countries by considering the views of individuals respected for their judgement, expertise and substantial practical experience. Organized by the Roland Berger Stiftung, the book also presents analysis and recommendations by Stanford Universitys Stanford Center for the Study of Poverty and Inequality, and Roland Berger, Chairman, Roland Berger Strategy Consultants. Interviewees include: Josef Ackermann, Bertrand Collomb, Gabriele Galateri, Jürgen Hambrecht, Maurice Lévy, John Monks, Sir Mark Moody-Stuart, Poul Nyrup Rasmussen, Fred Smith, John Sweeney, William Weld, James Wolfensohn, Jerry Yang.

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