Prof. Nitzan mentioned that some of you might be interested in my attempt to help share some of what I've learned through my exposure to “Differential Accumulation”. I was first exposed to this concept in 2011/2012 through an article and a video presentation on youtube.
I teach math privately and I'm slowly building my own curriculum online so I have a lot of math videos up right now with many more to come. The video that might interest you and talks about “Differential Accumulation” is the following:
"ASMR Math: How Interest Rates Affect Our Society, Differential Accumulation, Exponential Growth"
Prof. Nitzan was kind enough to correct me on two of my errors in this video: First, I should not just be talking about rate of interest, but rate of return. Second, quoting Prof. Nitzan, "differential growth rates do not necessarily imply the concentration of all capitalized power in the hands of a single entity. The reason is that power is a dialectical process: it elicits its own resistance, and that resistance creorders the very underpinnings of power (see for example our 2012 paper on the "Asymptotes of Power" -- http://bnarchives.yorku.ca/336/)"
Hope you enjoy, and comments and feedback are always greatly appreciated.