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RG, Rg or rg may refer to: Contents. 1 People; 2 Places; 3 Science and technology. 3.1 Computing and telecommunications; 3.2 Military; 3.3 Other uses in ...

www.motherjones.com/kevin-drum/2014/05/thomas-piketty-says-r-g-it-really

May 14, 2014 ... One of my misgivings is pretty basic: Piketty argues that r (the return on capital) is historically greater than g (the economic growth rate).

www.forbes.com/sites/jonhartley/2014/10/17/why-economists-disagree-with-pikettys-r-g-hypothesis-on-wealth-inequality

Oct 17, 2014 ... First, the debate around “r > g” is about wealth inequality and not so much about labor income inequality (which is a much better documented ...

www.khanacademy.org/economics-finance-domain/macroeconomics/macroeconomics-income-inequality/piketty-capital/v/r-greater-than-g

Until I watched this video I thought that r referred to change in return on investment over a period of time. Does that not make more sense? Given that g refers to ...

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Apr 28, 2014 ... Now g refers to the growth in the national income. If the national income is $100 one year and then $101 the next, g is 1%. Thus "r > g" means ...

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private capital r exceeds the economy's growth rate g, and it argues that this will likely con- tinue to be the case, perhaps by a larger amount in the future. Piketty ...

www.economist.com/finance-and-economics/2014/05/03/bigger-than-marx

May 3, 2014 ... The statement “r > g” (meaning that the rate of return on capital is generally higher than the rate of economic growth) is central to the book's ...

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Jun 15, 2014 ... Supporters of Prof Piketty have a slightly wonkish rallying cry: “r>g”. Translated from economics-speak, it means returns on capital (r) will grow ...