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Policy proposals to cut Social Security benefits by increasing the normal retirement age from 67 to as high as 76 ignore the persistent physical demands older workers face.

This paper finds that a combination of policies and shocks were able to significantly depress the personal wealth of the Top 0.1% between 1961-1986.

This paper develops a systemic interpretation of the functioning of capital markets that formally accounts for the observed frequency distribution of Tobin’s q.

This paper motivates the content and analytical significance of processes of “social scaling” in competitive economic settings.

This paper argues that given certain self-definitions and key defining features of economic sociology, Keynes's work can be read and interpreted as a text in economic sociology.

The article introduces a decomposition of trade flows that allows to measure expenditure-growth effects and expenditure-switching effects, which is applied to 11 euro members 1990-2014.