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Economics according to Jesus #2 – total savings and generosity

Piles of cash and generosity Yesterday I posted on the paradox of thrift, which is the economic phenomenon of an increase in the savings ratio of the average person during recession (an attitude which exacerbates the effect of the economic … Continue reading

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Economics according to Jesus #1 – worry and the saving ratio

A high savings ratio and worry about tomorrow. Economic news has become part of daily life since the start of the 2008 global fanacial crisis.  Economics is a complex subject and national governments everywhere are trying to kickstart economies, avoid … Continue reading

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We need to work for growth, but what sort of growth?

There have been many growth mantras in our generation; maximise shareholder value, invest in global growth funds, aim for business growth, increase your market share, expand your property portfolio. Men in particular, and not a few competitive women, are fuelled … Continue reading

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