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Professional Education is in Trouble

Posts on this website have long forecast massive structural change in America. In 2013 this process slowly becomes visible. Today we look at the first signs of collapse in the business model of America’s universities. Continue reading

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The Politics of Adjustment

by Michael Pettis, China Financial Markets The past two years have seen a surprising amount of turmoil at the highest levels of the Chinese political establishment. We have seen political alliances re-shuffled, powerful business and political leaders arrested, factional disputes … Continue reading

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Mental Illness and Homelessness

by Mieke Dale-Harris, Institute for Advanced Studies Last week “Giving to beggars is bad and exploitative labor is good” was posted. This article cited people’s rationalizations for not giving to beggars. Two of the major public perceptions of beggars that … Continue reading

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