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The “solutions” to America's border problems on the daily shout-casts on TV and the Internet are unlikely to work because they don’t conform to what Dennis Embry calls “freaky evonomics,” which is the bastard child of freakonomics and evolutionary science. >>Read More
Post: July 31, 2014 4:31 am, Source: Nurturing Environments  Comments (1) Views (911)
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If this book is widely read and applied, it is not an exaggeration to say that the world will become a better place. It is important not because it is so very new, but because it is capable of accomplishing a paradigm shift that is long overdue. >>Read More
Post: June 18, 2014 3:01 am, Source: TVOL Exclusive  Comments (0) Views (1703)
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Post: January 27, 2014 10:24 pm, Source: Big Think  Comments (1) Views (8949)
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Terry Burnham's response to Alan Greenspan's Never Saw It Coming at Foreign Affairs. >>Read More
Post: November 14, 2013 6:40 pm, Source: TVOL  Comments (1) Views (3040)
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The question of discounting not only moves quickly from economics to ethics, it also leads to the search for the “deep structures” of human society and human reasoning. An evolutionary perspective requires going beyond proximate causes of economic outcomes (discount rates, prices and markets) to examine ultimate causes (institutional responses to resource availability and biophysical constraints and opportunities). >>Read More
Post: July 6, 2013 1:53 pm, Source: Special Issue   Comments (0) Views (1331)
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This article explores in detail the three cosmologies in relation to economics and evolution. One purpose is to show how both bodies of knowledge have been influenced by ideas that precede them by centuries and even millennia. >>Read More
Post: July 6, 2013 1:42 pm, Source: Special Issue   Comments (2) Views (1903)
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The key [to designing an effective organization] is not to strike some (inefficient) compromise between the interests of individuals and their group, but to work with the grain of human nature to bring individual and group interests into alignment. >>Read More
Post: July 3, 2013 10:07 pm, Source: Special Issue   Comments (1) Views (2410)

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