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Daring Fireball: Goldman Asks: 'Is Curing Patients a Sustainable Business Model?'
RT @daringfireball: Goldman Asks: ‘Is Curing Patients a Sustainable Business Model?’:
fail  society  capitalism  economics  medicine 
57 minutes ago by some_hren
For Wall Street Banks in London, It’s Moving Time
Brexit is going to cost Britain its place as the center of finance for Europe.
britain  brexit  finance  economics  policy 
1 hour ago by jefframnani
The Biggest Economic Divides Aren’t Regional. They’re Local. (Just Ask Parents.)
Why people living in smaller cities or towns tend to give higher ratings to their communities.
1  economics 
2 hours ago by noiseguy
Economics After Neoliberalism | Boston Review
Economics is still somewhat insular within social sciences because of its methodological predilections: methodological individualism, model-based abstraction, mathematical and statistical formalism. But in recent decades economists have reached out to other disciplines and have incorporated many of their insights. Economic history is experiencing a revival, behavioral economics has put homo economicus on the defensive, and the study of culture has become mainstream. At the center of the discipline, distributional considerations are making a comeback. And economists have been playing an important role in studying the growing concentration of wealth, the costs of climate change, the concentration of important markets, the stagnation of income for the working class, and the changing patterns in social mobility
Economics  pol.185  methods  teaching_pol_theory  data  political_economy 
6 hours ago by Jibarosoy

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