most companies are run like Communist states. It is a kind of shorthand: money is a way of moving wealth, and in practice they are usually interchangeable. A b c d e Krugman, Paul (2007). 137 138 Remaining employers can consolidate and take advantage of the relative lack of competition, leading to declining customer service, 139 less consumer choice, market abuses, and relatively higher prices. But it is a good idea to understand what's happening when you do this. You've gone from guest to servant. 53 : 4752 From the early 20th century, when income statistics started to become available, there has been a "great economic arc" from high inequality "to relative equality and back again according to Nobel laureate economist Paul Krugman. Higher-income groups tend to derive relatively more of their income from more volatile sources related to capital income (business income, capital gains, and dividends as opposed to labor income (wages and salaries). Journal of Economic Perspectives.
If you have to introduce yourself, or someone else describes you, it will be as something like, John Smith, age 10, a student at such and such elementary school, or John Smith, age 20, a student at such and such college. They don't change the laws of wealth creation. 184 It is claimed in a 2015 study by Princeton University researchers Angus Deaton and Anne Case that income inequality could be a driving factor in a marked increase in deaths among white males between the ages of 45 to 54 in the period 1999. 7 When VCs asked us how long it would take another startup to duplicate our software, we used to reply that they probably wouldn't be able to at all. Archived from the original (PDF) on June 27, 2007.
32007, the top 5 percent saw their debt fall from 80 cents for every dollar of income to 65 cents, while the bottom 95 percent saw their debt rise from 60 cents for every dollar of income.40. Retrieved July 6, 2018. We should fix those things. By 2015, the top 10 (top decile) had.5 share of the pre-tax income, close its highest all-time level. Retrieved August 1, 2013. A b c d "Conservative Inequality Denialism by Timothy Noah The New Republic (October 25, 2012) Schiller, Bradely (2003).