Tag Archives: MIQ

The Labor Deflator

When CEO’s of big corporates make 400 times more than other laborers, what does that measure? What does it mean? To what do we attribute the value? There is an attributive value that associates with the distribution of income. Big … Continue reading

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Financial Scotoma?

Resisting the Inducement of Debt On Demand What is the MIQ of financial markets? Assessing big, midterm losses, Senator Shumer says the Democratic Party suffered from a kind of financial scotoma. Shumer insinuates that Democrats did not deliberately do the … Continue reading

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MIQ

When dealing with public policy, policymakers must have a sense of moral value, operating with a Moral Intelligence Quotient (MIQ). Ferguson, for example, demonstrates the measure of an ethical standard when managing risk. (It can be the wrong way to … Continue reading

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