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Scraponomics Episode 101: Metal Theft Presentation (Summary) - Cooperation Station
“When people work toward a common goal, they are driven, passionate, and purposeful.” — Richard Branson Over the past few weeks,...
EP 48 -DRUG WARS IV: THERE IS NO HOPE
Aaron and Shawn visit the 4/20 Cannabis celebration in Vancouver, BC. They discuss the staggering depth in which the Drug War is a...
EP 53 - EFFICIENCY
This episode gets in, gets out, and gets things done.
Introduction to International Management (1/4)
The Open University - Business & Management
Introduction to International Management In this series we are going to take a look at three different perspectives on managing...
Austrian vs traditional economists
'In this age there is nothing that a nation state wants to deliver for its citizens that it can deliver alone' – Paddy Ashdown on the UK and Europe, with Baroness Neville-Jones and Jonathan Powell at Chatham House.
Launch of the Chatham House YouGov Survey 2012 www.chathamhouse.org/events/view/184357
Scraponomics Episode 51: So, Where Does Recycling Begin?
So, where does recycling begin? At Friedland, we’ve been asked this question multiple times, typically during tours of our facility for...
Precognition of Economics (F.A. Hayek and Amartya Sen)
The Partially Examined Life
Guest Seth Benzell outlines Hayek's "The Use of Knowledge in Society" (1945) and Sen's "On Ethics and Economics" (1987).
Don't be scared of failure: Tim Harford
Greek MP: 'We're in a mess'
Patience in the financial markets expired yesterday as news of a Greek referendum on the eurozone bailout package led to big falls in...
Scraponomics Episode 64: Join the Dance
“The only way to make sense out of change is to plunge into it, move with it, and join the dance.” — Alan Watts “Did it work? Is it...
BBC Radio 4: Yo Keynes! Yo Hayek!
The BBC's Paul Mason chairs Keynes vs Hayek - a debate to be broadcast on BBC Radio 4 on Wednesday, 3 August 2011. He tests the water at the London School of Economics, to see if the audience favours the economic theories of John Maynard Keynes or Friedrich Hayek. Find out more at http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio4
@Library, Finally Understanding Economics
Scraponomics Episode 35: A Walk Through Friedland - Part 1
Let’s face it. Scrap recycling can be an intimidating process, especially if you haven’t done it before. Have no fear! I’m happy to...
Scraponomics Episode 52: Greenwashing
As we’ve discussed before, while the term Recycling is relatively new, the concept of recycling – that is, the concept of taking scrap...
Scraponomics Episode 93: Michigan State Police Training Seminar on Metal Theft
“Coming together is a beginning; staying together is progress; working together is success.” — Henry Ford This week, I had the...
Noble Laureate Prof Dale Mortensen @The Spot (Part II)
"After the Great Recession: Recovery or Stagnation?" was the title of a public lecture at The Spot by Prof Dale Mortensen. This is the...
Jane Jacobs - Cities and the Wealth of Nations
Scraponomics Episode 74 - The Journey Is Home
“Every day is a journey, and the journey itself is home.” — Matsuo Basho, Japanese Poet For the past month, we’ve been talking about...
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