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Haiku of the Day:

The politics of / democratic capital / always needs money

Quote of the Day:

“Capitalism inevitably and by virtue of the very logic of its civilization creates, educates and subsidizes a vested interest in social unrest.” -Joseph Schumpeter, … 63 more words

Academics and their bias against the market

The expansion of jobs for graduates from the 1960s onwards increased the choices for well-educated people more disposed to the market of working outside the teaching profession. 527 more words

Market Efficiency

Electronic Mail Marketing

For this week’s assignment we were asked to analyze emails that we receive on a regular basis. Emails from your favourite retailer, news desk, upcoming school event, … 671 more words


To Do Run Run Run

Bracketing the scarcest weekend of the year, I’d like to talk today and Monday about the grim future.  Work and Life.  I actually went in thinking both pieces would be plain and grim, but I’m getting more upbeat about today’s piece.  930 more words

Preview: The Ouroboros

Next week, I will be delivering the keynote or “framing” remarks at UW-Madison’s Arts Business Symposium, in advance of which I offer my opening thoughts: 243 more words

Arts Entrepreneurship

Confirmation Research Abstract/Brief Summary

I’m finally putting together a research proposal for my Confirmation of Candidature. I thought I would share. Please note, this is a preliminary draft.

Innovation is widely considered to be produced in suboptimal quantity; subsequently being characterised as a market failure. 344 more words

O WhatsApp vale tudo isso?

O ano é 1903 e pouca gente tem acesso a um automóvel porque são muito caros. Henry Ford aparece com a promessa de fazer um carro que “todo mundo com um bom salário poderia ter” e lança o Ford Model T. 208 more words