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Rentiers

A person who lives on income from property or investments. [French, from rente, yearly income, from Old French; see rent1.] rentier French [rɑ̃tje].

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The Revenge of the Market on the Rentiers
Aug 3, 2009 of power to help transform capitalism into a rentiers' delight.
The revenge of the market on the rentiers. Why neo-liberal reports of
particular rentiers from the financial sector as well as capitalists from the markets took their inevitable revenge on the rentiers by calling their (blatant) bluff.
The Revenge of the Market on the Rentiers: Why neo-liberal Reports
of power to help transform capitalism into a rentiers' delight.
The role of rentiers in the stabilisation processes of the Twenties
rentiers.
State of the art Rentiers and autocrats, monarchs and democrats
Dec 18, 2000 raises questions of the sustainability of the rentier social contract, the .

Suggested News Resources

Ramesh Ponnuru on the Virtues of Loose Money, and JP Morgan on Prospects for
It explicitly addresses the impact of a potential QE3 on savers: To understand why, consider Mr and Mrs James Rentier (a), an apocryphal family in their early 50's living in upstate New York.
Back to Macroeconomics: Seeing the Austerity Forest From the Debt Tree
Bank of England Abandons Inflation Target
Savers, or rentiers as Mr. Keynes called them, were a drag on an economy's potential and deserved to have their money confiscated–his euthanasia of the rentier. The upshot is that 2% now represents the UK's inflation floor.
The Dumbest Market Rally Of All Time - OpEd
No, the accretion of power by the rentiers has been systematic, structural and the outcome of a decades-long process.
A First Ever Default? Closing the Gold Window, Forty Years On
But the rentiers and financiers did not just sit there and take it: they fought back (see Gerald Epstein and Arjun Jayadev in Financialization and the World Economy) and pushed for financial de-regulation to let them compete in the new environment.

Suggested Web Resources

Rentier - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Rentier capitalism - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
rentiers - definition of rentiers by the Free Online Dictionary
A person who lives on income from property or investments. [French, from rente, yearly income, from Old French; see rent1.] rentier French [rɑ̃tje].
Who Are The Rentiers? - NYTimes.com
Jun 7, 2011 Following up on my rentier post and the eurocentric followup, a question: who are we talking about?
Dealing With Rentiers - NYTimes.com
Jul 16, 2011 Dealing With Rentiers.

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