Inequality and market concentration, when shareholding is more skewed than consumption

Inequality and market concentration, when shareholding is more skewed than consumption By: Joshua Gans; Andrew Leigh; Martin Schmalz; Adam Triggs Abstract: Economic theory suggests that monopoly prices hurt consumers but benefit shareholders. But in a world where individuals or households…

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