ONLY AN INVETERATE OPTIMIST WOULD SAY THE WORST MUST BE OVER FOR THE EUROZONE 7 December 2013 Bryan Kavanagh 3 Comments Joseph Stiglitz in The Guardian BIS: Can non-interest rate policies stabilise housing markets?
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Yes, Ozquoll, Alfred Russell Wallace is much underrated compared to Charles Darwin and, like most great philosophers, concluded that land rent is ‘commonwealth’.
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I thought you might be interested in this book by Alfred Russell Wallace (the man who should be considered the equal of Darwin in formulating the theory of evolution) – http://people.wku.edu/charles.smith/wallace/S722-1.htm .
The only ‘growth’ I see is the growing number of big business shedding workers (Qantas, Holden, Transfield to name a few). Who knows how many small to medium businesses are sacking staff but judging by the number of For Lease signs in industrial parks, the numbers would be quite substantial.