Monthly Archives: June 2014

Picking Piketty Apart — Part III: Time’s Running Out

The principles which have been set forth in the first part of this treatise, are, in certain respects, strongly distinguished from those on the consideration of which we are now about to enter. The laws and conditions of the Production … Continue reading

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Picking Piketty Apart — Part II: His “Laws of Capitalism”

Regarding the laws that govern the universe, what we can say is this: There seems to be no single mathematical model or theory that can describe every aspect of the universe. * * * Though this situation does not fulfill the … Continue reading

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Picking Piketty Apart – Part I: His Contribution

Without  better knowledge of the trends in secular income structure and of the factors that  determine  them, our understanding of the whole process of economic growth is limited; and any insight we may derive from observing changes in countrywide aggregates … Continue reading

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