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Elliott Morss | June 24th, 2016

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Global Economics

The Outrageous Income Differentials Allowed In the US – Time for a Change

June 16th, 2016 |

In the US corporate world, “managers” get paid too much. People running hedge funds/private equity firms get paid much more. Something should be done. See my proposal.Read More

Low Energy Prices – Will They Continue?

June 9th, 2016 |

Introduction

As Table 1 indicates prices of the world’s leading energy sources fell precipitously in 2015 and 2016. Recently, they have rebounded a bit but are still 50% less than what they averaged during the 2010-14 period.

Table 1. – … Read More

The Labor Saving Effects of Switching from Store to Online Purchases: Amazon vs. Department Stores and Malls

May 10th, 2016 | 1

Labor saving is taking place in service as well as goods-producing industries. This article looks at the effects of growing online sales on malls and department stores.Read More

Growth, Employment, and Income Distribution: The Technological Threat

April 26th, 2016 |

In the US, unemployment is only 5.5%, a near-full employment level. But workers’ wages have not grown much while incomes at the top have increased rapidly. What is going on?Read More

Greece and the Eurozone: An Update

February 11th, 2016 |

The Greek situation has not gotten much media attention recently. Other crises and Presidential elections have been in the spotlight. But the Greek crisis is far from resolved.Read More