The European Tribune is a forum for thoughtful dialogue of European and international issues. You are invited to post comments and your own articles.
Please REGISTER to post.
There's been an interesting trend to present the economy as a morality play
That's hardly a trend - it's the foundation of all neoclassical posturing.
Rich people are inherently good. They can do no wrong and must be rewarded for 'their' success, without limit.
Poor people are inherently bad, and must be punished for 'their' failure.
There's some stuff about prices and trading and such, but that's just wrapping paper.
No wonder it makes no sense at all.
by afew - Jan 25 16 comments
by melo - Jan 23 4 comments
by gmoke - Jan 15 5 comments
by DoDo - Jan 20 4 comments
by Frank Schnittger - Jan 16 104 comments
by ChrisCook - Jan 1 66 comments
by afew - Jan 5 44 comments
by rifek - Jan 5 9 comments
by afew - Jan 2516 comments
by melo - Jan 234 comments
by DoDo - Jan 204 comments
by Frank Schnittger - Jan 16104 comments
by gmoke - Jan 155 comments
by afew - Jan 544 comments
by rifek - Jan 59 comments
by DoDo - Jan 25 comments
by ChrisCook - Jan 166 comments
by melo - Dec 316 comments
by Metatone - Dec 3129 comments
by rz - Dec 2956 comments