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Hudson (2013): From the bubble economy to debt deflation
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From the bubble economy to debt deflation and privatization
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2013
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64
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21-22
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Interessante Prognose zur Entstehung einer neuen, neo-feudalen Rentiers-Klasse, verstärkt durch das quantitative easing der Zentralbanken..
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"This is a different kind of inflation than one finds from strictly financial bubbles. It is creating a new neo-feudal rentier class eager to buy roads to turn into toll roads, to buy parking-meter rights (as in Chicago′s notorious deal), to buy prisons, schools and other basic infrastructure. The aim is to build financial charges and tollbooth rents into the prices charged for access to these essential, hitherto public services. Prices are rising not because costs and wages are rising, but because of monopoly rents and other rent-extraction activities.
This post-bubble environment of debt-strapped austerity is empowering the financial sector to become an oligarchy much like landlords in the 19th century. It is making its gains not by lending money – as the economy is now ″loaned up″ – but by direct ownership and charging economic rent. So we are in the ″economic collapse″ stage of the financialized bubble economy. Coping with this legacy and financial power grab will be the great political fight for the remainder of the 21st century."


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