SINGAPORE (Sept 16): Thomas Piketty’s last blockbuster helped put inequality at the centre of economic debates. Now he is back with an even longer treatise that explains how governments should fix it — by upending capitalism.

The French edition of Capital and Ideology (English speakers will have to wait till next year for a translation), weighing in at 1,232 pages, is a sequel to Capital in the 21st Century, which has sold more than 2.5 million copies in 40 languages since 2013, according to its publisher.

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