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A currently fashionable alternative to your macro story is that a bubble develops, which increases the error in your forecasting (in one direction on the way up, and in another on the way down when the bubble bursts).

Of course, Baumol's cost disease means that it has been historically much easier for academic insitutions to 'inflate' their way out of a bubble.

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