Category Archives: economics

Evonomics – Future of work

The Future of Work, Robotization… The Future of Work, Robotization, and Capitalism’s Ability to Generate Useless Jobs The value of your work should not be determined by your paycheck. Yes there are complex issues. Population size is a complex issue. … Continue reading

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Evonomics – Hayek meets information theory

Hayek Meets Information Theory. And Fails. Modern economic theories of prices-as-information are seventy years out of date. This post is kind of useful in the way it portrays information theory reasonably well. This post is very poor in its presentation … Continue reading

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Evonomics – Bad biology

How Bad Biology is Killing the Economy The flaws in the competition-is-good-for-you logic Part of the picture, and many of the issues raised here by others like DWAnderson, No More Neos, Matt Beaven and others are valid enough in a … Continue reading

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Evonomics – transformation

Seven Ways to Transform 21st-Century Economics — and Economists – continued discussion Neoliberalism starts on the simplistic assumptions that (a) people are naturally always competitive and (b) the economy is rational and self correcting. …. It functions through very complex … Continue reading

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Evonomics – Economics beyond current models

Evonomics – Why Economists Have to Embrace Complexity to Avoid Disaster – Steve Keen Microeconomics, macroeconomics and complexity Yes and no. Have been a follower and admirer of Steve’s work for some years. Downloaded his Minsky software and spent a … Continue reading

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From Parts to Patterns – Part 2 – Capital Institute – Updated

Shifting From Parts to Patterns “All our knowledge has its origins in our perceptions.” – Leonardo Da Vinci I came back to this again this morning, and decided to try from a different perspective. Leonardo only had part of the … Continue reading

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Today’s problems continued

Evonomics – Today’s problems continued A response to a comment by Nihilist following on from Why You Should Blame The Economics Discipline For Today’s Problems Simple is a relative term – a non trivial exercise in engineering, mostly software engineering, … Continue reading

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