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Economists Between Two Worlds

, was one of those days after which almost everything is different. That's how John Kenneth Galbraith described the Great Crash thirty years after the fact a day of pandemonium on the New York Stock Exchange after a week of declines, the ..., 1 day ago

The Greek Window is reflection for Africa to monitor Referendum

The founding fathers of the EU will be turning in the grave right now pondering about what has become of the Union they created? As if the inhuman treatment of refugees in the Mediterranean isn't enough naked dances in the market square, there are ...
 Blacknet1 day ago

The crisis in Greece and the #Greferendum: A reading list

I spent way too much time the last few days reading news, opinions and analyses about the crisis in Greece, and thought I'd use the opportunity to share some of the pieces and quotes that struck me most. These are mostly opinion and analytic ...
 Daily Kos4 days ago

Saraki provokes mother of all media wars 1

Dele Sobowale God save me from my friends; I can take care of my enemies. Anon. …A man cannot be too careful in his choice of enemies. Oscar Wilde. (VANGUARD BOOK OF QUOTATIONS, VBQ, p 48). Professor of Economics and Noble Laureate, John K.
 Vanguard1 week ago
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Obeying Europe Has Been Disastrous, Greece Says, Demanding A Better Deal

To hear some tell it, Greece is acting like a petulant child unwilling to take its medicine. But Greece says it has good reasons for holding out on key demands from its international creditors. The terms of the bailout it received from the ...
 Huffington Post2 weeks ago

Why do we love to hate public art?

On a week a $1.5 million sculpture of a state house looks set to be approved for Auckland's waterfront, Michelle Duff takes a look at the country's weird and wonderful works of public art. Some said it looked like a vent to an underground toilet. weeks ago New Zealand's weird and wonderful public art weeks ago

Prepare For Graccident?

So we had another "emergency meeting" in Luxembourg on Thursday and just as I predicted, nothing came out of it, forcing eurozone leaders to hastily call a crisis summit Monday. All sides in this crisis are hopelessly delusional, which makes it ...
 Seeking Alpha2 weeks ago

It's Personal for Two Rivals in Greek Drama

Yanis Varoufakis pushes away from his desk and strides across his office overlooking Syntagma Square in the heart of Athens. Dressed entirely in black, Varoufakis looks more like a hit man in a Quentin Tarantino movie than the finance minister of ...
 MSN News US2 weeks ago European Disunion: For Two Rivals in Greek Crisis, It's Personal  Bloomberg2 weeks ago

Ten Myths About Greek Relations With The European Union, The IMF And The USA Introduction Many people around the world know that Greece has been under austerity since May 2010 when PASOK (Socialist party) government under George Panadreou invited the IMF, the European Central Bank and the European Union ...
 Counter Currents2 weeks ago Greek Myths: Relations with the EU, the IMF, and the US  Axis of Logic2 weeks ago

How To "Measure" Risk

Excerpted from Oaktree Capital Management's Howard Marks letter to investors , Risk Revisited Again... What Risk Really Means In [my] book, I argued against the purported identity between volatility and risk . Volatility is the academic's ...
 Zero Hedge3 weeks ago
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