Tag Archives: Those Left Behind

The Dismal Gambit

Economics is often called “the dismal science” but “dismal” seems the wrong word. Economics is, to most people, boring and dry as dust – but no one dies or anything. Dismal is when someone dies. In college, in the middle … Continue reading

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The Defining Issue of Our Times

Here’s an axiom. People like the result of change, but they hate change itself – it upsets them. That should be absurdly obvious, but in the late eighties and far into the nineties, that was the big management issue – … Continue reading

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