Notices tagged with economics


  1. Matthew Davidson mjd

    My first attempt at explaining the smallest possible fraction of Modern Monetary Theory with the smallest possible number of words. Still too long. # #

    about 5 days ago from web
  2. Matthew Davidson mjd

    Holy crap, I've had yet another day of thinking about # that persuades me that everything I thought I knew yesterday is wrong. Is there any end to this, or is it fallacies all the way down?

    about 21 days ago from web
  3. Matthew Davidson mjd

    "The problem … is that they all think money grows on rich people" # Stephanie Kelton # #

    about 2 months ago from web
  4. Matthew Davidson mjd

    Lovely tribute to # by # political economist Ha-Joon Chang: #

    about 3 months ago from web
  5. Matthew Davidson mjd

    Been to see The Big Short at # Cinema. Really, really good. Funny, accessible # lesson. #

    about 4 months ago from web in context
  6. Matthew Davidson mjd

    Yay for Yanis Varoufakis, formerly of # #, and now the Greek minister of finance. #

    Thursday, 29-Jan-15 20:26:59 AEDT from web in context
  7. Matthew Davidson mjd

    As far as I can tell, a bunch of random European countries happened to be too far away from a chair when the music stopped in 2007/8 and Germany had a chair strapped to it's arse the whole time. Am I missing something? #

    Thursday, 29-Jan-15 19:13:49 AEDT from web
  8. Matthew Davidson mjd

    "Repeat after me: the Australian economy is not like a household budget". # #

    Friday, 09-Jan-15 17:23:07 AEDT from web in context
  9. Matthew Davidson mjd

    I don't know much about #, but if you are congratulated for your "tiger economy", start hoarding tinned food and distilled water.

    Saturday, 03-Jan-15 19:03:17 AEDT from web
  10. Matthew Davidson mjd

    This sounds terrific. Can't wait till it's not played at our local multiplex, the only cinema within a two hour drive from here. # #

    Sunday, 28-Dec-14 20:48:57 AEDT from web
  11. Matthew Davidson mjd

    Economic crises are in the jaundiced eye of the beholder. #

    Monday, 08-Sep-14 18:24:40 AEST from web
  12. Matthew Davidson mjd

    This is awesome: # #

    Tuesday, 20-May-14 15:35:30 AEST from web in context
  13. Matthew Davidson mjd

    Who's afraid of the 1970s? # #

    Thursday, 10-Apr-14 08:54:35 AEST from web
  14. Matthew Davidson mjd

    Irrational fear of the 70s. # #

    Thursday, 10-Apr-14 08:22:04 AEST from web
  15. Matthew Davidson mjd

    Hooray for Joe # Testify, brother! #

    Sunday, 06-Apr-14 16:00:15 AEST from web in context
  16. Erkan Yılmaz erkanyilmaz

    I wonder if will give it another try "to explain his 1-year old formed views on # and # to a few folk, but he kept hitting excuses such as that's too # or the world has changed since that clear # e

    Thursday, 02-Jan-14 07:33:22 AEDT from
  17. Matthew Davidson mjd

    There are plenty of things to fix; the debt/deficit is not one of them. National governments can't run out of their own money: #

    Monday, 16-Dec-13 09:26:09 AEDT from web
  18. Matthew Davidson mjd

    Why are neoliberal economists saying # is doomed when clearly it's not? Forget the #; it's the politics, stupid. #

    Saturday, 16-Nov-13 13:19:18 AEDT from web
  19. Matthew Davidson mjd

    The 1990s # "productivity surge" is a result of wage slaves working harder and longer for no extra income. # #

    Friday, 04-Oct-13 09:55:30 AEST from web at 30°17'24"S 153°5'49"E
  20. Matthew Davidson mjd

    Or, the Doctor whose patient develops a tolerance for the prescribed poison congratulates himself for their remarkable recovery. #

    Thursday, 03-Oct-13 19:30:36 AEST from web at 30°17'24"S 153°5'49"E