The winner-take-all society: how more and more Americans compete for ever fewer and bigger prizes, encouraging economic waste, income inequality, and an impoverished cultural life

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Free Press,
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[1995]
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English
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The emergence of winner-take-all-markets, with few winners and many losers, has transformed the US economy. The authors of this book conclude that this has resulted in income inequality, overcrowding in some areas and increased cultural conformity, and suggest policies for reversing this trend.
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subject_facetCompetition
Consumer behavior
Fame -- Economic aspects
Income distribution
Success
Success in business
title_displayThe winner-take-all society : how more and more Americans compete for ever fewer and bigger prizes, encouraging economic waste, income inequality, and an impoverished cultural life
title_fullThe winner-take-all society : how more and more Americans compete for ever fewer and bigger prizes, encouraging economic waste, income inequality, and an impoverished cultural life / Robert H. Frank, Philip J. Cook
title_shortThe winner-take-all society
title_subhow more and more Americans compete for ever fewer and bigger prizes, encouraging economic waste, income inequality, and an impoverished cultural life
topic_facetCompetition
Consumer behavior
Economic aspects
Fame
Income distribution
Success
Success in business