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Book Review: And The Weak Suffer What They Must? by Yanis Varoufakis

Ten years ago, I read and reviewed Making Globalization Work by Joseph Stiglitz – my first Big Econ tome iirc – and my attention was immediately engaged by the eminently readable style of writing. Reading Stiglitz not only raised the bar for my expectations from nonfiction writing but lowered the barriers to my resistance to […]

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Reflecting on my work here in rural Holland

Wageningen is not your average small town of pop. 30,000 in rural Holland. It has a very well known research university in the Biological Sciences, particularly the needs of agriculture and food. This changes the character of the town’s thinking, being far more aware of the world and what chaos’ butterfly wing in another part […]

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