Jonathan Scott Miller
Thursday, March 06, 2014
Social Mobility Is Slower than Previously Thought
Gregory Clark, an economist at UC Davis, discusses the evidence
that, while members of both the upper and the lower class tend to revert to the mean over time, social mobility is slower than previously thought: regression to the mean can take 10 to 15 generations (or 300 to 450 years).
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