Topic Concentration

Concentration refers to two similar but distinct issues—the size of firms relative to the economy as a whole and the size of firms relative to their competitors. Equitable Growth is interested in both aspects, with an eye to how much concentration is occurring, its direct effects on prices and wages, and its indirect effects on innovation, entrepreneurship, and inequality.

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How and why innovation in the United States must diversify

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Modern U.S. antitrust research supports strict enforcement of the law

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Inflation inequality in the United States is due to imbalanced product innovation

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Economic development public policy lessons abound in New York’s Amazon HQ2 debacle

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Evidence indicates that mergers directly suppress wage growth for hospital workers in the United States

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How and why innovation in the United States must diversify

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Imperfect competition, compensating differentials and rent sharing in the U.S. labor market

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Congressional panel investigates the market power of the ‘Big Four’ online platforms

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Modern U.S. antitrust research supports strict enforcement of the law

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Modern U.S. antitrust theory and evidence amid rising concerns of market power and its effects

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Inflation inequality in the United States is due to imbalanced product innovation

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