The Return of Deregulation and Trickle-Down Economics in the Age of Trump: Why the Efficient Market Hypothesis Refuses to Die and the Implications for U.S. Economic Policy at Large, 5 J. Marshall Global Mkt. L.J. 1 (2019)
The 2008 market collapse created economic devastation not seen in the United States since the Great Depression. More than a decade later, the reappearance of a fiscal agenda rooted in deregulation and trickle-down economics risks a return to the boom and bust cycles that have unfailingly wrought great economic pain on the American people. The ever-increasing inequality gap between the rich and poor is particularly concerning.