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Category Archives: Economics

The dilemma of philanthropy: Start early with no money and power, or grow yourself first to have more leverage later?

The challenges of improving the world Whenever I saw beggars, children selling souvenirs or people charity events asking for donation I wondered whether I should help or not. Even when … Continue reading

March 16, 2013 · 8 Comments

Using money and power to improve our world: Begin social entrepreneurship small and early with low effectiveness or postpone to later for more impact?

I have restructured, edited and rewrote this blog entry “Using money and power to improve our world”. So I moved it to a new updated blog entry: The dilemma of … Continue reading

March 14, 2013 · 5 Comments

Absoluteness of values – social trust and externalities of swindling

Recently I was on a beautiful island called Don Det, which is part of an area called “The 4000 islands” on the border of Laos to Cambodia. It was a … Continue reading

February 12, 2013 · 4 Comments

Australia’s black swans, their impact on economic theory and application to real businesses

Black swans and applying economic theory to real businesses Inspiration of the black swan to the theory of the same name The black swans on the photo are the same … Continue reading

February 4, 2013 · Leave a comment