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Real Junk Food: Feed Bellies Not Bins

I can hardly move. I have just had the most amazing lunch.  No, it wasn’t with your usual Friday crowd, in one of the more fashionable eating joints in Brighton.  347 kata lagi


Adam Smith

I have just finished reading Katrine Marcal’s book “Who Cooked Adam Smith’s Dinner?” which I enjoyed.

I laughed when I read that Adam Smith, father of political economy and who wrote the famous words “It is not from the benevolence of the butcher, the brewer or the baker, that we expect our dinner, but from their regard to their own interest” lived with his mother for all his life and she took care of him! 35 kata lagi

Adam Smith

How Did the West Get Rich?

James Pethokoukis writes: To back two centuries and the average world income per human was about $3 a day, notes economist Deirdre McCloskey in the  211 kata lagi

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Learning From Japan

By George P. Brockway, originally published May 4, 1998

THE ECONOMICS profession and the military are similar in many ways, but they differ in one important respect. 1.917 kata lagi

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Balls and Brawls Goal of the Season

Tottenham midfielder Dele Alli takes the Balls and Brawls Goal of the Season award, after the young player of the season’s incredible volley against Crystal Palace was voted your favourite. 112 kata lagi


Changing Imaginaries: A Reply to Churcher, Kathleen Lennon

Author Information: Kathleen Lennon, University of Hull, K.Lennon@hull.ac.uk

Lennon, Kathleen. “Changing Imaginaries: A Reply to Churcher.” Social Epistemology Review and Reply Collective 5, no. 5 (2016): 19-23. 2.186 kata lagi

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Stephen Gordon: When in doubt, just send cash

“Send cash” is the word from relief workers at Fort McMurray these days: it’s getting to the point where it’s more trouble than it’s worth to transport and then sort through piles of stuff to figure out who should get what. 879 kata lagi

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