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Posts tagged ‘Economics’

27
Feb
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On Post-Capitalism

What lies ahead be­yond Cap­i­tal­ism? How will this come about? Is there a sim­ple uni­fy­ing the­o­ry which we, mere mor­tals, can un­der­stand? It is pos­si­ble that no such the­o­ry will ev­er ex­ist per­haps be­cause the sub­ject is too com­plex. It is al­so like­ly that… Read moreRead more

7
Nov
James-Surowiecki

The Wisdom of Crowds

The Wisdom of Crowds by James Surowiecki, 2004. Although this book is very amenable and easy to read make no mistake: It is a seminal book, nonetheless. James Surowiecki has the uncanny ability to present what would otherwise be somewhat dry topics, as very interesting. Read moreRead more

4
Nov
Istvan-Meszaos

The Structural Crisis of Capital

The Structural Crisis of Capital by István Mészáros, 2010. This book compiles many essays from professor István Mészáros, a political philosopher. It is a fascinating, insightful and somewhat slow read which is most a apropos in today’s current economic times. Read moreRead more

29
Oct
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Humanity at a crossroads

“Toto, I’ve a feeling we’re not in Kansas anymore.”

Have you ever wondered why it appears, at least to a lot of us, that our leaders are completely clueless? In most cases this is just a gut instinct, a feeling or a reaction. Read moreRead more