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What We Read Today 08 May 2013

May 8th, 2013
in econ_news, syndication

Econintersect: Click Read more >> below graphic to see today's list.


The top of today's reading list is a description by Australian economist Bill Mitchell explaining why we are ruining our grandchildren's future (it's not why you think)........ and the last article says that much donated medical equipment going to developing countries ends up as scrap.

Follow up:

"While the distribution of wealth and income is highly problematic it is also not the problem.  The problem is that government policy is deliberately constraining the capacity of the economy to utilise its available resources and knowhow to advance well being."









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