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The Market Equilibrium Trend changes from Supply-to-Demand to Demand-to-Supply Ascendancy

In number of articles, I presented the theory of Market Economics as based on the conception of the tipped-off, from a Supply to a Demand driven Global Market Trend to a Demand-to-Supply Trend that was prompted by the ongoing Globalization and rising Productivity, which new Trend is consequential to the improving Technologies, the China’s Industrialization, the Outsourcing and Moving of Manufacturing, the Internet and etc developments that have accelerated these processes for the last 20-25 years. 1,461 more words

Economics,Philosophy,Quantum Economics,Globalization,Global Economy

Inequality, explained by Amy Poehler in a My Little Pony parody - Vox

Wow, this is worth your 5 minutes. Join the Super Sweet Alpacas as they explain income inequality to the new employees of the Lollipop factory. 12 more words


Musings on what's good for us

Globalization. In layman’s terms, advances in technology, transportation, infrastructure, etc. have (metaphorically) turned this lovely planet we call Earth into an island the size of… 441 more words


CBS: Massive Censorship and Propaganda*

CBS: Massive Censorship and Propaganda*

By Mike Krieger of Liberty Blitzkrieg

Journalists should be dark, funny, mean people. It’s appropriate for their antagonistic, adversarial role… 1,303 more words


Can one morally justify universal human rights?

“All human rights are universal, indivisible and interdependent and interrelated. The international community must treat human rights globally in a fair and equal manner, on the same footing, and with the same emphasis. 3,759 more words

Categorical Imperative

What The Globalizing Supply Chain Means For The Auto Industry

Tomorrow Latin America’s largest automotive trade show gets under way in Sao Paolo, Brazil. The São Paulo International Motor Show, which takes place every two years, and has become not only one of the largest events of its kind worldwide, but also one of the most exuberant. 597 more words

Organizational Learning

Inferiority Complex

There’s a quote by the old pal Aristotle, “the more you know, the more you don’t know”, which has always made sense to me. We’d study a few books in high school, and I knew there were still thousands worth our time. 682 more words

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