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Sandy Darity, Retweets do not mean endorsement. 5h
Monday night virtual conversation, the Van Dyke lecture, about stratification economics and its relevance in the current moment sponsored by Franklin and Marshall's Department of Economics
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Modern Money Scotland 6h
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Isabelle Ferreras Sep 19
In France, the is under way, moving from 10 to more than 60 localities into the program. Unemployment is a policy choice, says : the is the answer. Let’s take care of so many urgent needs the market won’t care about.
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Liam O'Mara for Congress 15h
The family separation policies continue under ICE and Trump, despite court orders, and the reports of thousands of child molestations and rapes. Watching people complain about a Netflix show and then support the large-scale abuse of actual children is some next-level bullshit.
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Sandy Darity, Retweets do not mean endorsement. 10h
My conversation with aboutv the current political climate and lies and misconceptions still being told about slavery:
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Sandy Darity, Retweets do not mean endorsement. Sep 19
Upcoming at 7PM ET on October 15, 2020 my discussion of reparations and for UNC Asheville's Department of Economics.
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Fadhel Kaboub 10h
The discussion about printing money, inflation, and productive capacity was not an accurate representation of MMT views. Here is a brief thread of inflation to illustrate. Happy to chat.
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David James Olney 10h
Listening to Blind Insights (A Guide to Global Prosperity (Special Guest Fadhel Kaboub)):
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Fadhel Kaboub 10h
Replying to @djolney3
Thanks, David! This was a fun conversation!
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Fadhel Kaboub 17h
I just took the time to listen to Tom's and Bob's podcast discussion. Unfortunately, it's the usual mischaracterization of MMT. Happy to come on the show to clarify and answer all the Austrian/libertarian questions you have about MMT.
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Fadhel Kaboub 18h
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Macro N Cheese 21h
What’s better for building a revolutionary movement, a Trump or Biden victory? Join of
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Fadhel Kaboub 19h
My latest podcast addresses all the above mentioned critiques of . Take a listen:
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RoseAnnRabiolaMiele 22h
always gives so very much to those he speaks to. Priceless.
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Fadhel Kaboub 22h
Replying to @gwabi @vashtalk and 3 others
ISI failed because: 1/ didn't focus on value added content of production. 2/ didn't prioritize food/energy sovereignty. 3/ handed out exclusive monopoly power to a corrupt business elites with no strings attached (no expectation of improving productivity/competitivness)
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Fadhel Kaboub Sep 18
McConnell's decision was a mistake. If he stayed consistent with his 2016 decision, he could've used it to fire up GOP Antima voters to come out in full force, unmasked, to win the house, senate and WH. There is no good outcome for Dems. This battle was lost a long time ago.
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Michael Ziegelmeir 💜🇪🇺 Sep 18
Replying to @_HannahRitchie
Nice graph. I always found this slightly more relevant because it focuses on what really matters regarding technology improvements
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Hannah Ritchie Sep 18
Replying to @_HannahRitchie
This is based on data from Climate Watch via the World Resources Institute. They have a very nice visualisation of this as a Sankey diagram (if you're looking for something a bit more complex):
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Hannah Ritchie Sep 18
Replying to @_HannahRitchie
This builds on our work on CO₂ and Greenhouse Gas Emissions, which we recently revamped and continue to try to improve:
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Hannah Ritchie Sep 18
Sector-by-sector: where do global greenhouse emissions come from? To reduce emissions we need to know where to direct our efforts. I've always found it hard to find a clear picture of this. Here is my shot, with descriptions of what each category means.
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