Nouriel Roubini is an American economist. He teaches at New York University's Stern School of Business and is chairman of Roubini Macro Associates LLC, an economic consultancy firm. The child of Iranian Jews, he was born in Turkey and grew up in Italy.
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Explore the urgent social issue of loneliness in the 21st century with economist Noreena Hertz. Unravel the causes of this condition and its impact on our health, economy, and politics. From firsthand reporting to innovative solutions like compassionate AI and new models for urban living, The Lonely Century offers hope and empowerment for healing our fractured communities and restoring connection in our lives.
I strongly recommend @noreenahertz 's very timely The Lonely Century book which launches in the US this week – source
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The Coming of Neo-Feudalism explores the alarming return towards a more feudal era marked by a concentration of wealth, reduced upward mobility, demographic stagnation, and increased dogmatism. The book argues that a new class structure, resembling that of medieval times, is emerging, with a clerical elite dominating the upper rank and tech oligarchs at the top. It also highlights the decline of the middle class and the rise of the property-less population. The author believes that with understanding and opposition, these trends can still be reversed.
Book review of a new very interesting and important book The Coming of Neo-Feudalism—A Review – source
Recommended byMike Shellenberger
This digital publication, part of the Forerunners: Ideas First series, delves into the political ideologies behind the promotion and use of Bitcoin and blockchain technologies. The Politics of Bitcoin exposes the surprising extent to which far-right political thought influences the cyberlibertarianism supporters of Bitcoin embrace. The book offers insight into the economic and political ideas that fuel the cryptocurrency movement, drawing on the work of scholars and thinkers ranging from Milton Friedman to Federal Reserve conspiracy theorists.
David Columbia"s book "The Politics of Bitcoin: Software as Right-Wing Extremism" does show that crypto has an extreme right wing ideology even if it is only a patina used to cover utter capitalistic greed and selfishness. They even love to destroy the environment to profit! – source
Discover how to thrive in a world of uncertainty with this revolutionary investigation of transparency, risk, and decision-making. Antifragile proposes that chaos and disorder are necessary for certain things to survive and prosper, and that being "antifragile" is far more valuable than simply being resilient. Covering topics ranging from urban planning to personal finance, and drawing from voices of ancient wisdom, this erudite and witty book by Nassim Nicholas Taleb will change the way you view the world.
A review of Nassim Taleb's new brilliant book: Randomness, probability and uncertainty: Stress best, The Economist – source
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