Belarus, Federal Reserve, Covid Vaccine, Moskovitz and Abe: The Week’s Most Interesting

Philosophy¬†has a deceptively simple concept about social decision making called the¬†Veil of Ignorance. The concept in short talks about the approach to decision making, in choices that have large scale impact. The idea is that the decision maker makes decisions not knowing who he would be in the society. So for example if the personContinue reading “Belarus, Federal Reserve, Covid Vaccine, Moskovitz and Abe: The Week’s Most Interesting”

Tesla, Nikola, Lazarus, Putin and the end of Neo-Liberal Economics: The Week’s Most Interesting

I will spare you my introduction monologue, because I think the articles would do justice by themselves. This week I take you through 2 very interesting comparisons in Business, valuation and politics. The comparisons are not competitions, they are comparisons of ideology and thought processes.  A vs B is not always about which is better, but sometimes,Continue reading “Tesla, Nikola, Lazarus, Putin and the end of Neo-Liberal Economics: The Week’s Most Interesting”