The standard model predicts electric dipole moments for leptons, quarks and (maybe) bosons. These predicted values have not yet been detected by experiment, because they are very small and experiments are not sensitive enough.
Does the standard model predict that the dipole moments run with energy? And how? Do they increase or decrease with energy? Where can I read about it?
P.S. Just for completeness, I am not interested in predictions by susy models or the like; just by predictions of the standard model.