Categories Inequality World Economy Branco Milanovic on global incomes Post author By Kevin O’Rourke Post date October 25, 2013 2 Comments on Branco Milanovic on global incomes Alan Taylor sends me to this post: the chart is definitely one for the classroom. Related ← J.P. Morgan’s Legal Troubles and Eurozone Banking Sector Consolidation → The Anti-Confidence Fairy? 2 replies on “Branco Milanovic on global incomes” The increases for the poorest 30% seem very high considering most of those people are peasant farmers and a good chunk of them live in India on less than 20 rupees a day. This paper is full of insightful charts http://digitalcommons.law.seattleu.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1078&context=faculty I think most of them are originally from Monthly Review P 125 “Five-Year Running Average of Manufacturing and Financial Sectors as a Percent of Domestic Profits” is worth a look This is another good one http://blogs.reuters.com/felix-salmon/2011/03/30/chart-of-the-day-us-financial-profits/ Business as usual. Explains why stock markets are roaring while the real economy is inching forward, if at all. Comments are closed.