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Review: The Conscience of a Liberal

In The Conscience of a Liberal, Paul Krugman provides a compelling explanation for the recent increase of inequality in the United States. In contrast to the widely believed idea that is was globalization that caused the increase in inequality, he argues that Continue reading Review: The Conscience of a Liberal

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The Reach of the Continetal Blockade – The Case of Toulouse

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Introduction:

Finding a definition of globalization feels like finding a description for a phenomenon that can only be defined by itself. A definition for globalization is like a fraction that tries to approach π. In the same way the approximation gets closer and closer to the true value of π, but never reaches it Continue reading The Reach of the Continetal Blockade – The Case of Toulouse