Productivity puzzle? Financialization, inequality, investment in the UK
Ozlem Onaran () and
Daniele Tori ()
No 16129, Greenwich Papers in Political Economy from University of Greenwich, Greenwich Political Economy Research Centre
According to econometric estimations using firm balance sheets of the publicly listed companies in the UK, in large non-financial corporations (NFCs), investment rate would have been 16% higher without the rise in financial payments, and 41% higher without the increasing financial incomes, and in the small NFCs, investment would have been 35% higher without the rise in financial incomes.
Keywords: Financialization; Investment; Non-financial sector; Firm data; UK; productivity puzzle (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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