Tag Archives: Industrial Revolution

A Rational Approach To World Trade

It seems to me…. “Trade plays an important role in empowering our nation, growing its economy, creating domestic jobs, and enhancing American competitiveness in the global chain of commerce.” ~ Charles Boustany[1]. Many people, especially politicians, rather than admitting that … Continue reading

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Economic Challenges

It seems to me…. “We could solve all our problems if only we were the efficient, rational human beings of standard economic theory and had politicians willing to think in the long-term interest of their people rather than their own.” … Continue reading

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Robotics And Employment

It seems to me…. “Increasingly, the work we do is enabled more and more by new IT, including automation, robotics, and intelligent platforms.” ~ Pierre Nanterme[1]. During the Industrial Revolution, John Stuart Mill wrote “there cannot be a more legitimate … Continue reading

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Advances In Education

It seems to me…. “Today in America, we are trying to prepare students for a high-tech world of constant change, but we are doing so by putting them through a school system designed in the early 20th Century that has … Continue reading

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IoT Possibilities

It seems to me…. “If you think that the internet has changed your life, think again. The IoT is about to change it all over again!” ~ Brendan O’Brien[1]. The software world is continuously innovating and creating new areas of … Continue reading

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Productivity Growth

It seems to me…. “Productivity and the growth of productivity must be the first economic consideration at all times, not the last. That is the source of technological innovation, jobs, and wealth.” ~ William E. Simon[1]. Productivity growth, which is … Continue reading

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Effects of Economic Inequality

It seems to me…. “Ill fares the land, to hastening ills a prey, Where wealth accumulates, and men decay.” ~ Oliver Goldsmith[1]. Every previous civilization has been destroyed by the unequal distribution of wealth and power. The more advanced the … Continue reading

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