Category Archives: Theory in Pictures

Human Capital

“Our employees are our greatest asset. I say we sell them”, by William Haefeli *** Join Economic Sociology and Political Economy community via Facebook / Twitter / LinkedIn / Google+ / Instagram / Tumblr Advertisements

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Inequality — The Reality in Two Push Alerts

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BREAKING NEWS from Davos: 2500 people controlling the world economy got out of their limos and recalled the “problem of inequality”

It would be funny if it wasn’t disgracefully true… See also: “I don’t see any income inequality!” “Me neither!” *** Join the Economic Sociology and Political Economy community via Facebook / Twitter / LinkedIn / Google+ / Instagram / Tumblr / Reddit

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Economics :-)

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Class struggle — Karl Marx would be proud of this guy

On a whiteboard at the college entrance “Tell us what class are you struggling with and why? The Bourgeoise b/c they control the modes of production” 😉 Although it should be “means of production”, I think this person has already … Continue reading

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Income Inequality

“I don’t see any income inequality!” “Me neither!” (A cartoon by Signe Wilkinson) *** Join the Economic Sociology and Political Economy community through Facebook / Twitter / LinkedIn / Google+ / Reddit / Tumblr

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Financial economics, or “Would you please elaborate on ‘then something bad happened’?”

“Would you please elaborate on ‘then something bad happened’?”

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What is the difference between microeconomics and macroeconomics?

 😉 By Zach Weiner

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“… Until Debt Tear us Apart”: Debt is a Product of Power Relations

Debt is a product of power relations which inherently exhibits capturing and dominating mechanisms of subordination, appropriation and exploitation in various societal, political and economic fields. Debt is a degrading institutional tool which not merely controls and masters labor in advance, it also self- … Continue reading

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Black Friday + Conspicuous consumption (Thorstein Veblen) = “Happiness”

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