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Economics

Contents
George Osborne’s full-blown attack on the countryside will delight rentiers
Karl Marx, part 1: Religion, the wrong answer to the right question
Economics Theory 3. Robots
Deflation in the High Street

George Osborne’s full-blown attack on the countryside will delight rentiers

The Conservative Party hate everything about Britain and are busy dismantling it. Now the coalition government intends to strip away protection from our most treasured places, as the chancellor establishes his Republic of Gideon, finally big landowners have their champion … Continue reading

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Karl Marx, part 1: Religion, the wrong answer to the right question

Marx thought that to understand religion correctly would allow one to understand the whole of human history Continue reading

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Economics Theory 3. Robots

This is the third in a sporadic series on economic theory, prompted by questions and answers on earlier posts. How is the Labour Theory of Value affected by the Economics of Robots ? A discussion has been burbling away on … Continue reading

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Deflation in the High Street

Deflation in the High Street Originally uploaded by Andyrob When the pound shops start selling stuff at 89p – and then close down because nobody wants it, isn’t it time to start thinking about providing quality again? Technorati Tags: deflation, … Continue reading

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