Category: Economic Theory


Thailand’s Ridiculous Rice Piles

Every week, I attempt (and usually fail) to read my way through the Economist before the new one comes out. And for ages, I’ve been trying to force myself to read through the stories in the Asia/Oceania section. It’s the names, you see. There are too many that are too foreign, and it’s all too […]

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Heresy: Disbelieving Demand Theory Part 1

There are many variations on the theory of spiritual/moral development: famously, those of James Fowler and Lawrence Kohlberg. While the number of stages in the process vary from theory to theory, you can summarise them generally into four main personalities: Stage 1: The Reprobate Chaos, where your moral actions are defined by what punishes and […]

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