Edited by Roger Fouquet
Chapter 20: The invisible hand and the weightless economy
As modern economies grow, production and consumption shift towards economic value that resides in bits and bytes, and away from that embedded in atoms and molecules. This chapter discusses the implications of such changes for the nature of ongoing growth in advanced economies and for the dynamics of earnings and income distributions – polarization, inequality – across people within societies.
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