The Paradise Papers reveal new accounts of offshore tax
havens for the very wealthy that highlight the problem of
Offshore wealth is especially concentrated, Berkeley’s
Gabriel Zucman tells Business Insider — 80% of it is owned by
the top 0.1%.
Offshore assets are hidden, so they make inequality
look less severe than it really is.
Gabriel Zucman, a Berkeley economist who spends his time studying
inequality, faces a big challenge in his research: Rich people
hide their money, making it harder to asses the true state