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Do we need more antitrust?

(October 6, 2016 12:01 PM, by Alberto Mingardi) Do we need more antitrust enforcement? The Economist presents a number of interesting research papers. Among the most striking insights, the authors find that income inequality is "explained by a growing dispersion in average wages paid by firms," as opposed... (0 COMMENTS)
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