The world’s wealthiest people are using the power to create wealth in a way that no one could have imagined 10 years ago, according to new research.

In the early 1980s, it was believed that a family of four would have a net worth of $500,000.

But as the book industry expanded, the fortunes of the richest grew exponentially.

Today, the top one per cent of the world owns as much wealth as the bottom 80 per cent. 

In a series of interviews with the BBC, academics and business leaders, researchers from the University of Michigan and the University and Marshall College of Business examined the role that book and film sales played in generating wealth.

Their findings are published in the New York Times Magazine.

The authors argue that the book trade has provided a key source of income for millions of people in the world today, as well as a means for the wealthy to accumulate more wealth.

“There is an incredible wealth of information that can be mined, and a wealth of books that can go to anyone with a computer,” said Professor Robert F. Kennedy, the author of the book, Book and Film. 

“And a wealth, it turns out, that the vast majority of the rich can exploit.”

The research also shows that the power book sales have to some degree affected the book market, with some books selling much more in the United States than in the UK. 

The book industry in the 1980s and 1990s was dominated by a single publisher, Simon & Schuster, and the publishers of books such as The Great Gatsby, The Scarlet Letter, How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying and The New York Trilogy. 

But over the past 10 years, book sales in the US and UK have grown at different rates. 

According to the authors, this is because book and movie sales have become much more sophisticated. 

One reason is that people are buying more books than ever before. 

And they’re buying them at a much higher price than 10 years previously.

“The average paperback book price is about $8.50 now, but it was $6.50 a couple of years ago,” Professor Kennedy said. 

So, the average book sold in the U.S. in 2013 was about $1,800.

But it would have cost $6,200 10 years earlier. 

While the average US paperback price in 2013 had been $9.99, it would cost $12.50 today. 

This is because of the digital revolution, said Professor Kennedy. 

With the advent of the internet, consumers are now buying books online for less than what they would pay for physical books. 

As a result, the price of a book has fallen. 

 And as more people are purchasing books digitally, the prices of physical books have also fallen.

The authors said this has helped to make the world a more competitive place, which has helped people to take on new business ventures. 

Professor Kennedy said that, at a time when many people were struggling financially, the book business was a “good way to make money”. 

The authors found that people were willing to take risks to try and make money, because they thought it was the only way to get ahead. 

They also found that this willingness to try out new ideas made the book and movies market more competitive.

“They’re very easy to market to because they’re relatively easy to understand, they’re easily digestible and they’re readily available on the internet,” said Dr Suess.

“And people like to buy them because they think they’re going to sell a lot more than the conventional stuff.”