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Where are the critics of Keynesian economics today?

The thing about these Keynesians is that they have no shame. The nonsense that Australia avoided recession after the GFC is one of those self-serving myths that will not stand an ounce of analysis. 750 more words

Economic Theory And Policy

Dogani

Honestly, when I read from the reviews that Dogani (international title: The Crucible) was a hard film to watch, I didn’t take it seriously. Despite the ominous trailer and the equally dark-themed website from which I read the movie synopsis from, I still went ahead and watched when I saw its thumbnail on my recommended list on Youtube. 571 more words

Thoughts

The Season of Used Book Sales

Leaving TIFF last Friday, I walked east on King Street to the subway. At Simcoe, I noticed that there was a used book sale set up on the grounds of St. 561 more words

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A Cuppa Tea with Lord Peter Wimsey and Dorothy L. Sayers

There is certainly something about enjoying a freshly steeped cuppa tea with your favorite activity. For some it is knitting, for others it is popping a DVD in the player and watching while sipping. 564 more words

Tea Enjoyment

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child by J.K Rowling, Jack Thorne, John Tiffany

This story is lowkey problematic for me. I hate to say that because I work in Diagon Alley but I think that’s the reason why I’m unsatisfied with this story. 294 more words

BookReview

Classical economics

It’s been a rather full week for me in the configuration of publications and presentations all surrounding my classical approach to economics.

I received my copy of… 477 more words

Economic Theory And Policy

Welcome To Thursday's with Syd

Welcome all who have stumbled upon our  blog Literary TrailMix, I am Syd and am one of the two Thursday bloggers. To start our blogging journey off together I will introduce myself and explain what you should  expect from my weekly Thursday posts. 121 more words

Food