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To Err In Economics Is Doing Politics And Mere Suggesting That Makes An Economist

Why do the politicians love to talk about reforms? Just because they know the limitations of fellow economists that they cannot ever be more worthwhile while the governance is all about giving or not giving as per political considerations.  Continue reading To Err In Economics Is Doing Politics And Mere Suggesting That Makes An Economist

The Money Must Get Digitized The Way Bitcoins Work

Most conveniently the Noble Prize was never given for the greatest ever invention in the history of humanity that has been the invention of internet protocol. But it is given for formulating the ways to tax its unprecedented outcome as internet monopolies, which do not harm the humanity the way states have done.  Continue reading The Money Must Get Digitized The Way Bitcoins Work

Jean Tirole Is The New Noble Laureate In Economics

Today Jean Tirole of France has become the new noble laureate in economics for his analysis of market power and regulation. Concurrently he works as the Scientific Director of the Institut d’Economie Industrielle at the University of Social Sciences, in Toulouse. The prize is worth 8 million Swedish crown that amounts to 1.1 million US dollars.
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