Discussions of inequality often focus on income and wealth distribution. But what’s the right geographic unit to look at when we compare income and wealth? Inequality has risen in the United States and much of Europe, while it has fallen around the world thanks to rapid growth in developing countries. But perhaps there’s a third level that deserves more attention: local and urban inequality.

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