EconTalk — Branko Milanovic

On: Capitalism, Alone Episode: N/A Date: May 11, 2020 Background: Author and economist. Key Subjects: Capitalism. Both US and China are capitalist societies (in differing degrees and ways). Decentralized coordination (of economic decisions). Hired labor (open market wage rates). Privately

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Making Sense — Scott Galloway

On: Wealth and HappinessEpisode: 189 Date: March 2020 Background: Marketing professor, entrepreneur, author of ”The Algebra of Happiness”.Key Subjects:Mixed relationship between wealth and well-being. (see also “Making Sense — Kahneman”)As wealth increases, well-being:Levels out for the “experienced self”:In the moment

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Ergodicity Economics

By: Ole Peters and Alexander Adamou In: Lecture notes and blog posts Date: 2019 Introduction The lecture notes and blog posts introduce and develop ergodicity theory, in the process challenging the foundations of economic theory, as well as providing mathematical

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