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Wednesday, April 26, 2006

The Everyday Economist: LinkedIn Blog Blast Of The Week

The LinkedIn Bloggers have become a valuable resource to me, especially with the amount of information that can be gleaned from the huge and well-diversified knowledge base. One day, I hope to have gained enough knowledge to be a lot more creative in presenting the blog boost target for the week, but seeing as I have been hopelessly overworked at my day job in the last few weeks (more on that later...if i can find the time to write on it) and have missed many great blogs in the process, we're stuck with a blatant 'Here it is folks...'

And so, this week, they have randomly selected The Everyday Economist as the target for this week's blog boost. What you get from this site is true to the definition of the word, with post about various points of the overall theory as a social science, not just purely dealing in cash.

A topic of discussion that is about to be tackled is using game theory to explain why the U.S. went to war with Iraq, and it was opened by providing a explanation for game theory so basic that I might have actually passed econ the first time if I would have had it. Also check out the economy as God sees it, and how an Easter egg hunt can teach the principles of wealth distribution.

- The Everyday Economist



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Comments on "The Everyday Economist: LinkedIn Blog Blast Of The Week"

 

Anonymous Everyday Economist said ... (12:10 PM) : 

Please note this weeks special on Venture Capitalists and First time Entrepreanurs.

I think it is particularly fitting to the topic of your blog, which I enjoy quite a bit by the way.

 

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