Chapter 17 Money manager capitalism and the end of shared prosperity
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This chapter traces the development of Hyman Minsky's ideas on the evolution of the US economic system after World War II. It also outlines his conception of the era of money manager capitalism (which emerged in the 1980s), and describes the connection between the rise of the present period and the end of the more broadly shared prosperity of the early postwar era.

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