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The trouble with financialization
By Michael Lewitt The increasing dependence of the U.S. economy on both financialization and consumption, rather than on the expansion of production, is what haunts the U.S. economy today. Where financialization has taken hold, the financial economy drives the real economy rather than vice versa. The result has been a world replete
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