Trends in income inequality relative to GDP
There are no clever mathematical models here, only facts. No Nobel prize for me.
I analysed income per family divided by GDP per family. First look at the 90% majority:
Since about 1970, their average share of income relative to GDP has steadily declined, from almost half, to [...]
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