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445. The dogma of efficiencyThe good thing about institutional economics is that it does not take markets for granted but investigates how ..read more
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444. Two forms of identity politicsFrom a piece by James Meek, in the London Review of Books (15 august, page 9), I learn that there are ..read more
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443. Freedom, economy and basic incomeA virtue of liberal society is freedom of choice, or part of it. Such freedom requires two things: ..read more
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442. Economic freedom and trustDo economic freedom and trust help or oppose each other? I come to this question from an article by Johan ..read more
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440. Poverty of non-fiction literature?In this blog and elsewhere, I have been trying to bridge the gap, in non-fiction literature,   ..read more
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439. Resisting liquidity?In this blog, my attitude to change has been positive, overall, for the realisation of potential and perhaps the ..read more
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438. Forms of populism: the case of MacronPopulism is varied, takes different forms. Its most distinctive characteristic is that it ..read more
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437. Elites‘Elite’ is a phantom concept. It appeals to the imagination and haunts political debate. It is a ghost, difficult to grasp ..read more
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436. Authenticity and identityThere is much talk of authenticity[i], and it is confused. Sometimes it refers to the nationalist concept of ..read more

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