Book Review | Capitalism in America: An Economic History of the United States – Alan Greenspan & Adrian Wooldridge

Given Alan Greenspan's notorious reputation among libertarians as a Randian free-marketeer who became corrupted during his time in the Federal Reserve and ended up being largely responsible for the easy money policy that contributed to the Great Recession, I was curious as to how he would characterize particular events in the economic history of the … Continue reading Book Review | Capitalism in America: An Economic History of the United States – Alan Greenspan & Adrian Wooldridge

Answers to World Economic Forum’s 6 Key Questions on “Globalization 4.0”

The World Economic Forum recently asked readers for their ideas on how to answer six questions they identified that they proclaim "we must address to make Globalization 4.0 work for all." Suggestions can be sent in the form of short videos under a minute. Such shortness is not my strongest trait, but I wanted to … Continue reading Answers to World Economic Forum’s 6 Key Questions on “Globalization 4.0”

The Real Differences Between the Private and Public Sector

While contemplating issues academically and analytically, one can easily get lost in the abstractions of statistical numbers and jargon and end up with a misleading or incomplete understanding of the subject. In the field of economics, for instance, one can get a different perception when abstract terms like "the economy" or "the market" are used … Continue reading The Real Differences Between the Private and Public Sector