In the debate on inequality, is it time to move on to talk about solutions?

Only if there is greater agreement on what the problems are.

Last week, I was on a four-person panel to discuss inequality and disruption, themes that feature prominently in my new book.

The event was a book launch-cum-panel discussion at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy. The event was put together by James Crabtree, the school's associate professor in practice, who moderated the panel discussion, coralling all of us along to keep up a brisk pace of discussion.

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