Michael Mandel has been making some rather jarring arguments about recent productivity growth. He continues:

The question ishow much of corporate profit growth during this decade was driven by the financial sector? The answer is: Almost all of it...The bottom line on 97-2007: Very little or no real wage growth for most Americans, very little real profit growth for the domestic operations of nonfinancial corporations.

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