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Materialistic Wealth Versus Economy, Episode X1

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As the economics is a study of exchange, the materialistic wealth is not the same as economic well-being. Economic well-being is expressed in the availability of the computer-game point-sum called money. Materialistic wealth is expressed in the capability to use materialistic resources. (The capability to use resources assumes the availability of the resources.) You can look …

Yet Another Stupid idea About Business, Episode X1

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That's an everlasting topic and this won't be the last of my posts on that topic, because I'll probably never figure out how to earn huge quantities of money without delivering crap or ripping off my clients in some other way. That limitation might be even called "Philosophy Induced Economic Handicap". After all, look how prosperously …

How much to Spend on R&D to get rich the Fastest, Idea #1

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As a software developer I, of course, like money being spent on R&D, so the believable answer from me is that just give me most of Your money. However, to other software developers my answer for a single iteration is

2015_10 versioon minu arusaamast teemal, mis asi on majandus

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Kuna mulle meeldib oma enda mõtteid ja (väheseid) teadmisi süstematiseerida, üldistusi teha, ebaolulist minema visata, siis kritseldasin kunagi oma enda mõtete korrastamiseks järgnevalt viidatud joonise. Tegu on kokkuvõttega, mis kajastab nii ärimudelite temaatikat, müügiga seonduvat psühholoogiat, igasugu turu-analüütikat, suurkorporatiivset diktatuuri-temaatikat, suurkorporatsioonide ja väikefirmade ja vabakutseliste tegutsejate erinevusi, turgude erinevusi, vaba turu ja konkurentsi temaatikat, niiöelda "makro-ökonoomikat" …

Summary of the Blue Ocean Strategy

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In stead of playing a null sum game in the "blood-red" ocean, where sharks fight with each other for the market share, the blue ocean strategy is to look at the "red ocean" and list as many segments of "non-customers" of the red ocean as possible. The non-customers are all of those people that are not …

A View on Macroeconomics in 2014 and a Prediction, Version 0

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Once upon a time, before the invention of the printing press, books were copied by rewriting them manually. As it is with all manual processes, errare humanum est. In year 2014 a laser printer makes less mistakes than a human and is cheaper to keep than a slave that is willing to work for food and …

A Thought About Law Obedience and Economic Sanctions, Episode 0

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Law Obedience

How to Stay at Least Somewhat sane in an Everlasting Poverty

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It seems to me that it alleviates poverty related depression, if one has a clear overview, what decisions in my life are a money related compromise and what decisions are those of a true, sincere, me.