Posts Tagged with ‘economics’

Sunday Best – November 10, 2019

Never measure the height of a mountain until you reach the top. Then you will see how low it was.       Dag Hammerskjold   This weekend I heard a lovely metaphor, an image from economist David Colander that was conveyed by Brian Arthur, pioneer in complexity economics and longtime faculty member at the Santa […]

Finance Friday – November 25, 2016

The informal sectors of the world’s economies are predominant, and the institutionalized, monetized sectors grow out of them and rest upon them, rather than the reverse.    – Hazel Henderson   Along with the mashed potatoes, one great feature of the US Thanksgiving holiday is that it gives us time for reflection, for gratitude. Time […]

Sunday Best – August 21, 2016

The root of the matter. Recent scientific research on mycorrhizal networks brings a whole new layer of meaning to the Rumi quote above. These networks – made up of the fuzzy stuff that surrounds root systems of trees and other plants – have finally been getting the attention they deserve. It turns out that there’s […]

Finance Friday – August 5, 2016

The Man Behind the Index Many of you have seen the Case-Shiller home price index cited in the media, and some of you might know a bit about Robert Shiller, who won the Nobel Prize a few years ago. The other half of the index duo, Chip Case, passed away last week.  It’s one of […]

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