Book Review: Luigi Zingales — A Capitalism for the People

Leiden, a.d. XVI Kal. Oct. MMDCCLXIX A.U.C., In 'A Capitalism for the People' University of Chicago economist Zingales draws attention to one of the major issues that has always confronted human development and prosperity, a problem which is particularly pressing right now: how to maintain a meritocratic, competitive free market capitalism. The book has two... Continue Reading →

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Breaking the Unholy Alliance

Makyneia, Hellas, a.d. XII Kal. Jul. MMDCCLXIX A.U.C., Recently the Eurozone and Greece managed to agree on a new disbursement of bailout funds for Greece, as Greece had complied to all the requirements. Moreover, creditors have finally agree on debt relief, finally realizing that Greece's debts were completely unsustainable. However, to make Greece's reforms sustainable, it... Continue Reading →

Government or Monopoly?

Amsterdam, Id. Apr. MMDCCLXIX A.U.C., Just a short note of interest: the Dutch government has finally decided to take charge at ProRail again, the company that maintains and builds Dutch train tracks. I think this is a victory for consumers, firstly because it ends the strange situation in which the Dutch government owned the holding company... Continue Reading →

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