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Comment undesired interactions and outcomes (Score 1) 331

And humans are less likely to have that, right? Because we have never had economic cycles, bubbles; and all government regulations went exactly like how they were supposed to be. But seriously, if we speed up everything, we will have much smaller bubbles and cycles.

Comment Re:Keynes wasn't Keynesian (Score 1) 601

Exactly! Krugman is just a Keynesian, not an economist like Keynes. It's just like Christians to Christ (the famous Gandhi quote). Plus, Krugman won his Nobel prize for what? Model building in macro( international trading, in fact), the voodooist field in an already voodoo study like economy.

Comment How is it different from regulatory arbitrage? (Score 1) 84

Following the same line why not ban companies from hiring from foreign countries with lower minimal wages? Selling retired weapons to build theme parks, anyone? Why not attack the root of the problem which is an oppressive government? Oh, btw, borrow trillions from such a government is obviously not good for the protection of human rights, right?

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