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Paul Krugman has lost the plot

money is like a social network I think Professor Krugman should look into the sociological basis of economics more (much as e.g. Max Weber did in “Wirtschaft und Gesellschaft”). I don’t think that one sentence quoted above is wrong, but … Continue reading
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I book, I care, I think, I can

In the past several days, I have been confronted with a quirky issue. Let me explain the background with a hypothetical example, because I don’t want to name any specific details of the actual case. Last year, ICANN (the Internet … Continue reading
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Establishment Apologists Acknowledge that the Status Quo Is Unfair — and They Want to Keep it that Way for Their Own Benefit

Great achievements are never made by simply maintaining the status quo. Whether by revolutionary breakthrough or by evolutionary adaptation, progress is always a matter of change. Therefore, anyone who resists change acknowledges that they are profiting from the current system … Continue reading
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