via Monthly Review I by Meredeth Turshen & Annie Thébaud-Mony I November 1, 2020
"...Financialization furthers the restructuring of production both vertically and internationally, creating global production networks and enabling firms to raise prices ...
@PLehouxUM: “Biopharmaceuticals, Financialization“ A shared topic of interest for @cmrherder Oner Tulum and @Lazonick https://t.co/ua96ffCEnk via @HealthyDebate
@FD: @MidwestHedgie @SenWarren The deeper point is Lazonick’s critique of profits without prosperity. Share buybacks are a sign of excessive financialisation https://t.co/GZU8hmFB0i
Institute for New Economic Thinking //www.ineteconomics.org/perspectives/blog/build-back-better-needs-an-agenda-for-upward-mobility #inet