Research Proves It: There’s No Such Thing as Noblesse Oblige

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Written by Michael Mechanic 4 April 2021

“What are the social and psychological ramifications of being on top of the economic food chain, of occupying positions of privilege? Wealth-related differences in attitudes and behavior are particularly important wherever the rich have an outsize sway over politics and policy” (Michael Mechanic, 2021).

Publisher: The Atlantic

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Categories: Inequality, Economy, Role of Business