Monthly Archives: August 2016

The Repossession Market

Mrs. Clinton says financial regulation is so “arcane” that it does not lend itself to pop-political discussion. The repossession market is a good example. Cash markets, in which financial assets, like bonds, are bought and sold, have undergone regulatory reform. … Continue reading

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After the Math

Science works with equi-valences. (In the realm of political-economy, I describe an Equivalent Coercive Value, or ECV-symmetry.) Dark matter, for example, exists doing the math. Yet, after the math, we cannot detect a particle of it. We can, however, observe … Continue reading

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