In the wake of the 2016 election, Frey, a New York Times columnist, published “The Billionaires.”
His book has been widely discussed, and a new one, “The Power of The World’s Billionaires,” was published last month by Verso.
It has been hailed as the definitive work on the world of the ultra-wealthy.
“It’s one of the most important books on the subject in decades,” said Frey.
“The power of the world, the power of capital, is the same as it has been since the late 20th century, and it’s going to be the basis for a new generation of economic thinking.”
One of the things that has been missing from the books that I’ve read about wealth inequality is how it has affected women.
In a book published in 2014, Frey and his wife, Annalee Newhouse, examined the impact of inequality on women.
Their study found that women who earn less than men earn less.
It also found that inequality is more harmful to women than to men, and that women’s economic mobility is lower than men’s.
“Women are going to have to be prepared to work harder, be more assertive and do more to make sure that we can all participate in this economy,” said Newhouse.
“We can’t have the same economic opportunities that men have.”
As the number of billionaires increases, many have questioned the idea that they should have the opportunity to take advantage of the opportunity.
“If you want to get rich, you can’t just be born with the money and the skill set,” said George Mason University professor Richard Vedder, who spoke to the Financial Times last month.
“You have to work.
You have to earn it.”
What is inequality?
In the U.S., the concept of income inequality has been a hot topic for years.
While there have been some notable examples, the topic has also received less attention than it should.
The U.K., where Prime Minister David Cameron has said that he will raise taxes on the rich, has been one of several countries to pass laws limiting their ability to take advantages of inequality.
And, while inequality has grown at an alarming rate in some other developed countries, in the U