Financialization, rentier interests and central bank policy

@inproceedings{Epstein2019FinancializationRI,
  title={Financialization, rentier interests and central bank policy},
  author={G. Epstein},
  year={2019}
}
  • G. Epstein
  • Published 2019
  • Economics
  • “Financialization†refers to the increasing importance of financial markets, financial motives, financial institutions, and financial elites in the operations of the economy and its governing institutions, both at the national and international levels. Many questions arise when considering the increased role of finance in the world economy. What are its dimensions? What is causing it? What impact is it having on income distribution within and between countries? What is its impact on economic… CONTINUE READING

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