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The Fed’s Big Hammer
The Fed’s Big Hammer

“If you only have a hammer, everything looks like a nail’. Today, monetary policy is the hammer and inflation is the nail. This old adage hints at a misdiagnosis. What if inflation isn’t best tackled…

On Marx and the “Labor Theory of Value”
On Marx and the “Labor Theory of Value”

The first thing that should be said about Marx’s theory of value is that it is not a “labor theory of value.” Marx never once used the term self-descriptively, referring only sparsely to a “theory of…

The Effect of Oil Prices on Turkey
The Effect of Oil Prices on Turkey

In this article, we will first briefly touch on the types of oil in the world, compare the effect of the world oil price on the gasoline prices in Turkey, America, and Europe, then examine the…

Jackson Hole’s Missed Lesson
Jackson Hole’s Missed Lesson

At their annual symposium in Jackson Hole, central bankers professed full commitment to fighting inflation, while lamenting that the world has become a much more difficult place for monetary…

L2E: Week 32 Newsletter
L2E: Week 32 Newsletter

The Consumer Price Index (CPI) printing lower than the consensus on Wednesday was all that the bulls needed for this current uptrend to continue. Both the S&P500 and Bitcoin are up since the CPI…

4 ideas to make enough money to quit your job.Ideas that can generate over $500 a month
4 ideas to make enough money to quit your job.Ideas that can generate over $500 a month

Whether it happens tomorrow, next year, or decades from now, almost everyone wants to quit the job they have at some point. However, there’s always a big gap between “dreaming” and “acting” that most…

The future is already here, it’s just hard to see
The future is already here, it’s just hard to see

Gamestop, Tesla, the Russo-Ukranian War, and Corona, are all lessons and cases of how the future is already here and how we are not seeing what we’re supposed to be seeing. Things have changed, and…

R.U.R 102 YEARS LATER
R.U.R 102 YEARS LATER

For the first time in the entire WASTELESS WORLD STORY and diary of INDUSTRY 5.0, I do write an article celebrating a BRITISH RADIO PLAY based on CZECH NOVEL. This novel was written and published 102…

Sri Lanka’s Economic Crisis — Part 1
Sri Lanka’s Economic Crisis — Part 1

Sri Lanka’s 81 billion US dollar(2,90,53,50,12,00,000 Sri Lankan Rupees) economy is on the verge on collapse. Its foreign currency reserves has around two billion US dollars while the country is in…

Global Food Crisis | Climate Change | Hunger: Agricultural Subsidy Raffle for Food Security
Global Food Crisis | Climate Change | Hunger: Agricultural Subsidy Raffle for Food Security

More than 800 million people around the world are at risk of food insecurity with about 44 million living with hunger. There are efforts for global food security but in the short term, a different…

Explaining the nexus between factors of production and economic output in the United Kingdom
Explaining the nexus between factors of production and economic output in the United Kingdom

Within a country’s economy there are many different factors which can either positively or negatively affect the nation’s economic output. Some of the most important of these factors are called the…

Transporation industry in Singapore
Transporation industry in Singapore

Having recently vacationed in and toured Singapore, I couldn’t help but notice the lack of traffic and the scarcity of cars. This was a rather odd observation. Its population is reaching 6 million…

Unemployment after completion of graduation — Causes , Effects and Solutions
Unemployment after completion of graduation — Causes , Effects and Solutions

Unemployment is a beast that has been growing with the time. Population explosions and pandemics are some of the major reasons that lead to the growth of this beast. Unemployment after completion of…

[Rough Draft] Human Capital and The Labor Market
[Rough Draft] Human Capital and The Labor Market

[Rough Draft] The labor market is a marketplace where human capital is an exchange between the employer and the prospective employee. Similar to financial assets, the price of acquiring human capital…

The UK Government exploited the Cladding Scandal to supercharge house prices
The UK Government exploited the Cladding Scandal to supercharge house prices

The July 2020 Stamp Duty Holiday (SDH) was trumpeted as a way to enable the elderly to downsize, get first time buyers on the ladder, and to stimulate the economy in a time of uncertainty. It wasn’t…