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Capitalistic Musings

By: Sam Vaknin

...ccessive Vertical Oligopolies", that authors studied: "An oligopoly model with two brands. Each downstream firm chooses one brand to sell on a fina... ...t for the other brand at an extra cost. (They concluded that) when more downstream brands choose one brand, more upstream firms will specialize in ... ...y or the more veteran American OPIC (Overseas Private Investment Corporation), the British ECGD, and the French COFACE - shift political risk from ... ...conomic efficiency." Differential pricing is also the outcome of globalization. As brands become ubiquitous and as the information superhighway ren... ...istic countries. Why are inventors in America more productive than their French or British counterparts - at least judging by the number of patents... ...ranchised and undervalued them. Hitler, who fancied himself an artist, labeled the British a "nation of shopkeepers" in one of his bouts of raging ... ...ut every other profession - is driven by jealousy. The eminent Nobel prize winning British economist and philosopher of Austrian descent, Friedrich... ... the outcomes of kinship, ethnic origin, personal standing and goodwill, corporate brands and other data generated by individuals, households, and ... ..." David Andolfatto, from the Department of Economics of Simon Fraser University in British Columbia, Canada, in his "U.S. Military Spending and the...

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Cyclopedia of Economics

By: Sam Vaknin

...tyranny which lie in wait beneath the surface." Aldous Leonard Huxley (1894-1963), British writer I. Overview of Theories of Anarchism Politics... ...ry language for a minute, what group does not behave this way? Harvard alumni, the British Commonwealth, the European Union, the Irish or the Itali... ...cond mortal sin by transforming itself into an outpost and beacon of Western (first British-French, then American) neo-colonialism. As the represent... ...rnalism was propagated, centuries later, by Sir William Blackstone, the codifier of British Law. Suicide - being self-murder - is a grave felony, wh... ...rnalism was propagated, centuries later, by Sir William Blackstone, the codifier of British Law. Suicide - being self-murder - is a grave felony, wh... ...first role - familiarity, comfort, security, and shelter - was eroded by the global brands. The "Home Away from Home" business concept means that m... ...global brands. The "Home Away from Home" business concept means that multinational brands such as Coca-Cola and McDonalds foster familiarity where ... ...parameters). The result of this immoral taxonomy is that the lives of the "lesser" brands of humans are considered less "weighty" and worthy than t... ...e the outcomes of kinship, ethnic origin, personal standing and goodwill, corporate brands and other data generated by individuals, households, and ...

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