There’s some interesting stuff in there. Stiglitz says that the Vickers reforms to ringfence retail banking pobably don’t go far enough. He proposes a theory on why Germany practices left-wing economics at home but right-wing economics abroad (there’s a solidarity gulf). He also explains why China can combine high growth with high inequality. Have a look at his answer, too, to the question of how high marginal tax rates should be to curb inequality and discourage rent seeking. 70%?