If you care at all about what academic macroeconomists are cooking up (or if you do any macro investing), you might want to verify out the most current economics weblog discussion about the huge change that occurred in the late ’70s and early ’80s. Here’s a post by the University of Chicago economist John Cochrane, and here’s one particular by Oxford’s Simon Wren-Lewis that consists of hyperlinks to most of the other contributions.
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I agree with you that the reg changes in the 80s are an intriguing concern, but do not relate to this query. Initial of all profit share had doubled soon after WWII as properly as doubling soon after 1980 (round numbers). Much more interestingly, I doubt any other industry would capture that kind of profit share regardless of regulatory changes. reg adjustments would …Continue reading