Month: May 2018

Criminal mindedness

One fundamental and often ignored view within economics is that humans have the propensity to display irrational behaviour in the decision-making processes. Based on this notion, one can conclude that we have a fundamental tendency to act corruptly and be generally criminally-inclined except maybe the virtuous few. One can further infer that how advanced an

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For investment gains or for purpose?

As much as institutions, risk-averse, or simply skeptical people have downplayed the new digital currency revolution – it still, a decade after coming to public light, remained resilient and now ever so prevalent in our society. Bitcoin now gets a regular mention in daily news and stock market reports. It is also being traded by

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