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Why Are Corporations So Damn Profitable These Days?

This is a fairly long and abstruse post about the increasing market power of corporations, so I want to get it in before it’s Trump O’Clock and our president declares war on penguins or something. So here we go. In economics, the “labor share” is the percentage of total national income that goes to compensate […]
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