31 examples of Accruing in a sentence
Global GDP is 10 times bigger than it was in 1950 and that increase has brought prosperity to billions of people, but the global economy has also become incredibly divisive, with the vast share of returns to wealth now
to a fraction of the global one percent.
As a result, these countries are confronted with an untenable choice: either stop sending children to school, or borrow money at much higher rates and risk
Many other developing countries face similar problems, with benefits intended for the poor
to better-off people, while many of the intended recipients miss out, owing to a combination of political and administrative collusion and genuine structural challenges.
Owing to today’s technological advances, the share of total income
to labor (as opposed to capital) is declining worldwide.
Moreover, Irish GNP (the income
to its nationals, as distinct from foreign firms operating in Ireland) continues to shrink.
A third reason why the stock market is disconnected from the real economy is that stock prices represent only the current and expected profits
The Bank’s models show that this so-called static benefit could increase annual global GDP by several hundred billion dollars by the end of the decade, with perhaps $50 billion
to developing countries.
China, after all, has achieved rapid wage growth, and the share of national income
to labor is rising, despite the country’s pursuit of trade and rapid labor-displacing technologies.
The same World Bank study estimates that total claims
to insurers in Japan might ultimately cost these companies $33 billion.
Returns to digital capital tend to exceed the returns to physical capital and reflect power-law distributions, with an outsize share of returns again
to relatively few actors.
From 1997 to 2007, the share of income
to the top 1% of US households increased by 13.5 percentage points.
Moreover, in recent decades, profits have risen not only at the expense of wages, but also with much more
to finance, insurance, and real estate compared to other sectors.
More than 100 metric tons of “white gold” – both illegally harvested (confiscated from poachers or traders) and naturally
(from natural mortality) – will go up in smoke this weekend.
In a country as regulated as Cuba is, there are certainly people in positions of power who would be willing to bend those regulations for a share of the benefits
to a foreign investor.
Moreover, according to data from the World Inequality Database, the share of China’s national income
to the richest 10% increased from 27% to 41% between 1978 and 2015, and doubled for the top 1%.
While there may be disagreement about what that entails, those at the top of the income distribution who pay 15% of their reported income (money
in tax shelters in the Cayman Islands and other tax havens may not be reported to US authorities) clearly are not paying their fair share.
With enough power to impose rules, and enough dominance to be able to count on
the largest share of the benefits, it could – and did – perform the role of “benevolent hegemon.”
The public in China would be satisfied; only exporters would suffer, and the surplus
to the Chinese government would diminish.
The additional income
to farmers was probably no greater than $5.3 million, or $5.30 per year for the average cashew-growing household.
Consistent with this news, US Federal Reserve Chair Jay Powell has pointed out that wage gains are finally
to lower-paid workers.
It could be that they want a cut of the rents
to the platforms through which transactions are processed.
And while loose monetary policies may boost asset prices, consumption won’t increase much if the benefits are
only to the wealthy.
Because these companies’ marginal cost of production is zero, the revenue
to them is equal to a rent, and it is therefore important to tax this rent effectively.
Other countries, seeing the advantages
to Britain, followed its example.
The mathematician John von Neumann defined a game as (1) a list of players; (2) a list of actions available to each player; (3) a list of how payoffs
to each player depend on the actions of all players; and (4) a timing protocol that tells who chooses what when.
As the US Federal Reserve has loosened monetary policy (actually and prospectively) in response to a worsening economic outlook, the income
to dollar-denominated safe havens, such as US government bonds, has declined.
Better yet, these countries would actually benefit from the interest rate
to the bond.
With median household incomes largely stagnant and a growing share of wealth
to the rich, capitalism became manifestly unfair, losing its popular support.
Would the US economy of the 2010s have been materially different if the share of total income
to the top 0.01% had not quadrupled in recent decades, from 1.3% to 5%?Krugman certainly thinks so.
to humanity from our common seabed heritage remain uncertain.