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    Robert Pollin
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Book, By Robert Pollin, 1990. The Changing Financial Conditions of . See related work on Economic Growth. Download PDF. 1990 EPI Study. Purchase this publication. Track EPI on Twitter.

Pollin, Robert (1988a) ‘The Growth of US Household Debt: Demand-Side Influences’, Journal of Macroeconomics, Spring, pp. 231–48. Pollin, Robert (1990) Deeper in Debt: The Changing Financial Conditions of US Households (Washington, DC: Economic Policy Institute). Pollin, Robert (1991) ‘Two Theories of Money Supply Endogeneity: Some Empirical Evidence’, Journal of Post-Keynesian Economics, vol. 13, no. 3, Spring 1991. Authors and Affiliations.

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Pollin, Robert, Deeper in Debt: The Changing Financial Conditions of . Households (Washington, . Economic Policy Institute, 1990). Ryan, Franklin . III, Family Finance in the United States, Journal of Business, October 1930. United States House of Representatives, Committee on Banking and Financial Services, Consumer Debt: Hearing Before the Committee on Banking and Financial Services 104th Congress Second Session, 1996. Whyte, William . J. Budgetism: Opiate of the Middle Class, Fortune, May 1956. Pollin, 1988, p. income inequality on household debt relative to disposable income, while controlling for a set of other variables. Reference: Did Inequality cause the . Financial Crisis? The Changing Financial Conditions of .

In contrast, the household debt-to-GDP ratio continued to decline, and the growth of. .

Table 2 shows the current volume and recent and historical growth rates of various forms of debt owed by businesses and households. financial institutions, insurers are the largest investors in corporate bonds.

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