Learning from Japan, "This is not a common cold, this is pneumonia." :
At a cost of $235,263 per job, paying people high wages to help the domestic economy mend artificially created scarcities is not a cure for global economic stagnation. Is it possible to optimize rationality? We need to hope so.
Slate offers eight drastic policy measures necessary to prevent global economic collapse…is it really getting to this?
On a side note, who doesn’t like chocolate….if utilized by Africa it could have a major impact on the standard of living…
Posted: September 27th, 2011
at 8:00pm by mnp
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