The winner-take-all society: why the few at the top get so much more than the rest of us

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Penguin Books, 1995 - Business & Economics - 272 pages
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Selected by Business Week as one of the 10 best business books of the year, this text is "a major contribution to the debate about the causes and consequences of inequality in America".--The New York Times Book Review.

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This book would make a fantastic 30 page essay. It covers very important ideas and backs them up with analysis and examples. But then it starts to repeat itself, and bring out too many examples without new ideas.

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The authors have given an interesting outlook to winner-take-all markets that I've always thought reflected the intrinsic functioning of the human civilization. I am a firm believer in capitalism and ... Read full review

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Contents

WinnerTakeAll Markets
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How WinnerTakeAll Markets Arise
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The Growth of WinnerTakeAll Markets
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Half Changed World: TBR: The Winner-Take- All Society
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The Winner-Take-All Society: How More and More Americans Compete for Ever Fewer and Bigger Prizes, Encouraging Economic Waste, Income Inequality, ...
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The Winner-Take-All Society
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Quiet Highway: Saga of a Gentleman: The Winner-Take-All Society ...
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Why the Rich Get Richer - New York Times
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Talent and the Winner-Take-All Society | The American Prospect
WORKS DISCUSSED IN THIS ESSAY. Derek Bok, The Cost of Talent: How Executives and Professionals Are Paid and How It Affects America (Free Press, 1993) ...
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Challenging the Winner-Take-All World - Raise the Hammer
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About the author (1995)

Robert H. Frank is an economics professor at Cornell's Johnson Graduate School of Management and a regular "Economic View" columnist for the "New York Times." His books include "The Winner-Take-All Society" (with Philip Cook), "The Economic Naturalist," "Luxury Fever," "What Price the Moral High Ground?," and "Principles of Economics" (with Ben Bernanke).

?Philip J. Cook is the ITT/Terry Sanford Professor of Public Policy at Duke University, where he is also senior dean for faculty and research. He is a research associate of the NBER.

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