Monthly Archives: February 2014

Is Economics Dead?

Is Economics Dead? Has the Discipline and Profession of Economics run its course?  If it has its death occurred in the late 1990s in the United States of America.  The event that signaled that death was the demise and rescue … Continue reading

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The Butterfly and the Sledge Hammer

The Butterfly and the Sledge Hammer “Do what you love.”  It has rolled off my tongue more than once.  It is the truism of the age of the “Creative Class”, another flippancy that has echoed in my own voice.  While … Continue reading

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The 1% Solution

The 1% Solution The Point of Money  Prelude 1:  In the 17th Century French Mathematicians Blaise Pascal and Pierre de Fermat tackled a problem that had been circulating in Europe for some time, known as “the Problem of Points” or … Continue reading

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