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In this paper, the author replies to recent literature on the distribution of financial assets between the top 1% and the the 99% of the population.

This paper investigates recent developments in the literature that estimates the NAIRU.

This study finds that economic shocks and other factors continuously cause changes in 401(k) contributions.

Proposals to raise the retirement age must anticipate a decrease in Hispanic-Americans longevity.

This paper introduces a decomposition of the trade ratio.

This policy note illustrates that the average black American will experience physical limitations before the normal retirement age of 67.

This paper proposes a model of “classically” competitive firms facing informational entropy constraints in their decisions to potentially enter or exit markets based on profit rate differentials.

A two class (rentiers and workers) model of growth and distribution is applied to the study of long run stagnation in aggregate demand.

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