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Innovation activity in Germany is becoming more concentrated

This is an English translation of a column I published together with my colleague Christian Rammer from ZEW on oekonomenstimme.org. A pdf version can be downloaded… 961 more words


My college degree made me less employable

In 1942, Joseph Schumpeter wrote that the expansion of higher education beyond labor market demand creates for white-collar workers “employment in substandard work or at wages below those of the better paid manual workers.” What’s more, “it may create unemployability of a particularly disconcerting type. 39 more words

Imagine there's no nature? It isn't hard to do

In an earlier post I wrote about an article that discussed a Trucost report on natural capital. In this article I wanted to write about the report itself ( 659 more words


Heideggerian Economics

Lately I’ve had the poor judgment to start reading Heidegger’s Being and Time. I’ve been putting it off for years now, largely because it has no connection with the kind of philosophy I’m interested in. 6,539 more words


Trumpistan's Grand Mufti begins his creative destruction in two weeks

By ann summers

February 2014 interview on Fox News:

“You know what solves it?” he said of America’s sorry state. “When the economy crashes, when the country goes to…

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Economists versus the Economy

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Robert Skidelsky, Professor Emeritus of Political Economy at Warwick University and a fellow of the British Academy in history and economics, is a member of the British House of Lords. 1,002 more words

Money Matters

Common Innovation: Ordinary People Have Ideas

Common Innovation: Ordinary People Have Ideas

By Shlomo Maital

Peter Swann is emeritus Professor of Industrial Economics at Nottingham University Business School.  Previously he was Professor of Economics and Management of Innovation at Manchester Business School.   255 more words

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