Scarcity ties into a couple topics that few really understand. The biggest of these is the Accounting 101 concept of assets, liabilities, and equities.
The data starting to come in on the economic toll of the COVID-19 virus and subsequent social shut-down was expected to be bad, and indeed is off the charts.
Another UBI experiment bites the dust, and a new study is looking at the participants since it ended.
Symposium: The 106 Tretises of Andrew Yang.
A radical libertarian manifesto that deserves to be taken seriously – and rejected. A Review of Kevin Williamson’s “The Smallest Minority: Independent Thinking in the Age of Mob Politics”
Too many choices, until you cannot find what you are looking for.
Stephen Moore is a political operative who happened to get some sort of economics degree from somewhere.
Your Ordinary World for 7 January 2019 featuring links to stories and points of views you need to start your Monday Morning off right from Ordinary Times.
Universal Basic Income did not have the banner year it’s proponents had hoped for. Who knew it would be so hard to get people to take free money?