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Is the Most Unproductive Firm the Foundation of the Most Efficient Economy? Penrosian Learning Confronts the Neoclassical Fallacy
To get beyond the neoclassical fallacy, economists have to stop relying on constrained-optimization methodology
Pharmaceutical drugs are often a matter of life or death. It should be a prime objective of government policy to rid the industry of financialization.
We need to ban stock buybacks, while building a movement for basic economic rights
Instead of rewarding the taxpayers and employees who actually create value for the tech giant, Apple is doling out massive stock buybacks
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The Idea That Businesses Exist Solely to Enrich Shareholders Is Harmful Nonsense
How rationalization, marketization, and globalization characterize the U.S. economy during the past 50 years, and how the behavior of companies and fate of American workers have changed during this process.
Economics has a race problem.