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Retail Apocalypse: Why Are Major Retail Chains All Over America Collapsing?

If the economy is improving, then why are many of the largest retail chains in America closing hundreds of stores? 


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Khannea Suntzu's curator insight, February 19, 2013 8:48 AM

The large disposable incomes that the big retail chains have depended upon in the past simply are not there anymore.  So retail chains all over the United States are now closing up unprofitable stores.  This is especially true in low income areas.

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Ricardian Equivalence And Political Uncertainty | social europe 2013-02-18

Ricardian Equivalence And Political Uncertainty | social europe 2013-02-18 | oAnth's day by day interests - via its scoop.it contacts | Scoop.it
I like teaching Ricardian Equivalence. Ricardian Equivalence is the idea that consumers will respond to a tax cut by saving the full amount, and not spending any of it. (Here we are concerned only ...

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