Summary Vol. 14, No. 2 | May 2005

Summary Spring 2005

This issue begins with a sensitivity analysis of public consumption—a major component of the Levy Institute Measure of Economic Well-Being—in relation to economic well-being in the United States. One of the notable observations contained in our report is that the distribution of public consumption is pro-rich.


W. Ray Towle

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Rising Corporate Concentration, Declining Trade Union Power, and the Growing Income Gap
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Author(s): Jordan Brennan
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