Category: Economy


Via Scoop.itCuriosity, Awareness, Compassion and Diffusion

Réduire les effets de la concurrence sur le coût et l’efficacité des réseaux de tout genre, tel pourrait être un item séduisant à ajouter aux programmes des candidats du moment ! A condition cependant d’être persuadé que ces effets sont plus délétères que bénéfiques.
Et là, les avis sont vraiment partagés ! La lecture du billet ci-dessous, ainsi que du fil de commentaires qui y est attaché vous apportera des éléments d’information et de réflexion de premier choix.
En espérant que le doute s’installe chez vous comme il a pénétré mon esprit. In fine, il me semble que s’il fallait trancher, on n’aurait pas d’autre option qu’en appeler à ses convictions d’ordre philosophique en matière de gouvernement des affaires politiques (de la cité).

 

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Reducing the effects of competition on cost and effectiveness of networks of all kinds could be an attractive item to add to the programs of the French presidential candidates! Provided, however, that these effects are more harmful than beneficial.
And then, opinions are really divided! Reading the post linked below, as well as the comment thread attached to it will give you pieces of information of first choice.
Hoping that doubt will grow in you as it shook my mind. Ultimately, I think that if we had to decide, there would be no other option than clinging on to philosophical convictions about politics (governement of the city).

Via michelvolle.blogspot.fr

Via Scoop.itCuriosity, Awareness, Compassion and Diffusion

A new independent study by the Energy Institute at the University of Texas, Austin, sees no direct link between shale gas extraction and groundwater contamination, but nevertheless asks for tougher controls and regulation of fracking practices.

Really? Who could give serious credit to that kind of article? I must admit that every point of view is to be listened in order to forge oneself an enlightened opinion. It’s a compulsory condition to widen your mind. But…

Keep in mind that opposite interest may drive big companies miles away from everybody’s daily and sustainable wellness!

Via blogs.scientificamerican.com

Via Scoop.itCuriosity, Awareness, Compassion and Diffusion

In this excerpt from “Standing on the Sun,” Meyer and Kirby first show us why and how “capitalism is subject to change” and then ask us to consider a capitalism in which components such as competition and financial gain are no longer the core or…

For less than $20, you can grab a print of that essay. I’m considering ordering a copy… as I’m quite eager to discover where a simple but audacious ‘shift in perspective’ has led the co-authors.

Brutal seizures are always feared, and then fought in order to delay their unavoidable happening. Even for issues occuring at personal and/or nonsignificant levels, people tend to slightly distort existing models to make them match what they perceive in reality.

But, sometimes, you have to go far beyond, and start from scratch again. So, let alarm beacons light through our often glued static way of thinking. We’ll get a chance to evolve.
Via blogs.reuters.com