How Homo Economicus Went Extinct

How Homo Economicus Went Extinct
As human beings who arrogantly and often wrongly consider ourselves “sapiens,” we simply don't match the model of human behavior favored by economists, one that “replaces homo sapiens” (whom Mr. Thaler calls Humans) with “a fictional creature called …
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The Savior Elon Musk
Barely developed in passing is that Tesla likely might not exist without a former State Department official whom Mr. Musk hired to explore “what types of tax credits and rebates Tesla might be able to drum up around its electric vehicles,” which …
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Klaus Tschira, Business Software Trailblazer, Dies at 74
For the next six years he was a systems analyst, taking part in a project in the new field of enterprise software — creating programs for computerizing businesses' day-to-day operations to raise efficiency and cut costs. But IBM lost interest in the …
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When Wall Street Went to Africa

When Wall Street Went to Africa
The act has not yet had the widespread development impact that many hoped for, but this hasn't slowed U.S. interest in promoting trade: Although short on details, the 2012 U.S. Africa strategy paper talks up trade and investment, with hardly a mention …
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Dai Bingguo: Jointly Build the Silk Roads for the 21st Century With Openness
It has been proved that the ancient Silk Roads were roads towards common prosperity and development that connected China with the rest of the world through trade and cultural exchanges. With its starting point in China, the 8,000-kilometer-long Silk …
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