If you grow up in poverty, or in a wealthy family, chances are good you’ll remain at that economic level. But research from the Pew Economic Mobility Project indicates that successive generations are not necessarily locked into their parent’s economic strata. We discuss the movement of wealth between generations.
Erin Currier, project manager for the Pew's Economic Mobility Project.
Andrea Levere, president, The Corporation for Enterprise Development (CFED)