Everything you could possibly want to know about Adam Smith and more is present in this blog by Gavin Kennedy.
An Emeritus Professor, Kennedy, covers with his blog, among other topics, "the myth of the invisible hand" with "not a little gusto!
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Claus Vistesen is a Danish economist and currently the Chief Eurozone Economist for Pantheon Macroeconomics. Economics and financial markets are Claus' passion and you'll likely find his ideas presented through his content on Alpha Sources interesting and insightful.
Zetland's blog will teach you about the political economy of water policy as well as a lot of other cool stuff related to water, like water jets that can cut through bowling balls.
With global drought conditions strengthening, sourcing clean water has not only become more difficult, but also more expensive.
This has led many to believe that water is or will become the new oil.
Business Plus, 2014 Book Site | Muiltimedia Project | Reviews | Where to Buy While playing hooky from a conference in Boston a few years back, three former colleagues from Northwestern's Kellogg School of Management hopped in a car and headed on a road trip.
They pulled into a shoe store in Maine and noticed that the sales help was unusually pushy.