Tuesday May 26, 2020

Stephen Kinsella on Economics

The reality is that if international trade and dealings are not governed by some set of rules, then size is all that matters. A world like that is very dangerous for just under five million people living on an island on the western edge of Europe.

24th March, 2019
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Two big ideas built the world economy since 1945. They are breaking down today and no one has any idea how to save them.

How do we solve problems so big that, even when we know the solutions, we aren’t sure we can actually implement them? How do we solve issues around mass migration, climate change and our ageing societies?

We all have problems, challenges, pain. Some problems are big, some are small. When...

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