Archives For Value

“Intrastructure”

February 7, 2018

“The Red Apple” was the elusive prize of medieval conquest for an uninterrupted 800 years.  Secured behind what had proven to be the most formidable combination of building ingenuity and natural defenses was the fortress city of Constantinople.  Dedicated in 330 AD by its namesake Emperor Constantine the Great, it quickly became the center of wealth and commerce of the Middle Ages.

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To Nurture Our Nature

September 20, 2017

The quantification and forecasts of productivity are the gristmill of economics.  Typically, a ratio of inputs (labor and capital) over outputs (products and services) are often used to measure how effectively or efficiently a given economy is performing.   The range of creative variations of these ratios and measures are staggering. 

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