The only question is how long.
This is another guest article by Graeme No3, one of our regular contributing writers. Brave man that he is, he’s straying into a discussion of economics which if you’re anyway familiar with the field, is more a matter of luck and judgement rather than the exact science so many of its supposed experts like to represent it as being. Graeme has way too many smarts to think otherwise but he pursues a line of thought in the article that I find intriguing and William of Occam would find more than reasonable.
You’ll have to make your own mind up, so let the discussion begin. Please bear in mind that there are just as many schools of thought in economics as there are in psychology or dare I say it, religion.
Having thrown a lump of cerebral red meat towards you by one guest author, I’m going to take the opportunity of introducing…
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