Another exercise in economic thought: on trust, money and the individual

These are my thouhgts on these matters, which I have put together for the past month or so. They are incomplete, naturally. These topics are vast and libraries and research portals are full of authors that have dedicated their lives to explore them. I only want to share my views, as they are: raw. Introduction …

The limits of monetary policy

“Those members of Parliament who had learned to regard politics as the professional representation of vested interests were naturally anxious to preserve the state of affairs upon which their “calling” and their profits depended.” - Hannah Arendt, The Origins of Totalitarianism

The key to reviving productivity, part II

"Education, for most people, means trying to lead the child to resemble the typical adult of his society…but for me and no one else, education means making creators…You have to make inventors, innovators — not conformists” - J. Piaget, Problèmes de psychologie génétique

The key to reviving productivity, part I

“… it is only the rise of technology, and not the rise of modern political ideas as such, which has refuted the old and terrible truth that only violence and rule over others could make some men free.” — Hannah Arendt, On Revolution