Thus, if inflation is rising because large corporations have decided to use their pricing power to increase profit margins at the expense of the public, reducing demand may not be the most appropriate tool.
3. Under BIG, production drops, consumption rises, and so do prices. Suddenly, the value of the BIG grant has been eroded. Great success: the poor are still poor. 6. BIG is not countercyclical. It’s universal, unconditional, but does not fluctuate with the business cycle. JG is a direct response to recessions and expansions. 7. There is no mechanism by which BIG can ensure full employment over the short or long run. Only the JG can. 8. In short, BIG doesn’t deal with price (or currency) stability, useful output, or any of the negative externalities from unemployment.
あと>>731が指摘してるのがこの点 There is almost a ‘neoclassical market equilibrating assumption’ behind most BIG analysis that says: “as long as people have cash, the market will magically provide the goods for them, allow them to acquire assets, provide them with the freedom to do what they please, etc. etc.”
上位１％の家計資産は2019年第２四半期に6500億ドル増えたが、50パーセンタイルから90パーセンタイルの 米国民の資産増加は2100億ドルにとどまった。上位１％がミドルおよびアッパーミドル層を上回るのは遠くなさそうだ。 ちなみに、90－99パーセンタイルの米国民は「超富裕層」ではなく普通の富裕層だが、合計資産はこのグルー プが最も多く42兆6000億ドル。 One-Percenters Close to Surpassing Wealth of U.S. Middle Class（抜粋