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We don't live in a digital world - the washing machine has changed lives more than the internet.

We do however live in a Capitalist World.

Capitalism is woven into nearly every aspect of our lives, yet it’s rarely subject to substantive conversation. If we’re to move forward as a society, capitalism needs to be up for serious discussion, honest evaluation and, ultimately, systemic change.  2,130 more words

What is prevents us from collaborating in a global effort to solve the climate crisis?

The expression, not a hope in hell comes to mind when you consider the likelihood of human beings working together. Human beings are deeply divided by nationality, and sectarian belief and the environmental crises. 396 more words

Quantitative Easing - enough money to stretch from earth to the moon.

Popular media’s definition of quantitative easing focuses on the concept of central banks increasing the size of their balance sheets to increase the amount of credit available to borrowers. 768 more words

Human Morality & Social Justice: an Economic Perspective

By : Arpita Ghosh

Morality and Justice; concepts:

The word moral has its origin in the Latin word ‘mores’ (morals) which means customs or tradition, habits etc. 1,449 more words


Are we now just beginning to reap the dark side of the Industrial Revolution

The Historiography of the first World War bear witness to destruction and death made possible by the Industrial revolution.

The present day turmoil that we see in the world has its roots created by man during this period. 1,171 more words

China - Gini Coefficient of 55

  According to Forbes and Bloomberg, the GINI coefficient(an indicator of distribution of wealth) in China is 55. Using the graph above we can tell that the wealth in China is concentrated into the hands of the few in the government. 65 more words