“Lies, Damn Lies, and Statistics”

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Introduction

Well, as we await the final results in this country that looks more like a banana republic with each passing day, I wanted to take this time to release a short piece that I wrote for work on polling and how it applies to politics…

(This is Part 9 of a series on political economy on my blog. Read the introduction to the series here. Read the previous part here.)

We find new health risks from air pollution all the time. Shocker. (Source: https://www.rtmagazine.com/disorders-diseases/chronic-pulmonary-disorders/copd/air-pollution-increases-copd-risk-speeds-aging-process/)

Going Beyond Incentives and Signals

In the last post, we looked at the system of incentives (firm’s profit motive and consumer’s utility maximization) and signals (prices) that allow capitalism to…

(Apologies for my hiatus. This is Part 8 of a series on political economy on my blog. Read the introduction to the series here. Read the previous part here.

Production is confusing. How do we coordinate the production of millions of people to fulfill their needs? (Source: VectorStock through Google Images)

Introduction

As noted in our previous posts on markets, pricing, and “freedom” in capitalism, nothing in capitalism is truly “free”. First, all…

Apex

Building Post-Liberal Theory. 🌲 🏴‍☠️.

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