Crash Course in Sound Economics

Amusing read from Unqualified Reservations (UR) blog. Introduction comments:

Here at UR, “economics” is not the study of how real economies work. It is the study of how economies should work – in other words, of how sound economies work. Sound economies, as we’ll see, are also stable economies.

Since there are no economies . . . → Read More: Crash Course in Sound Economics

The DTCC And Market Liquidity

Market liquidity is a business, economics or investment term that refers to an asset’s ability to be easily converted through an act of buying or selling without causing a significant movement in the price and with minimum loss of value.  As market liquidity dries up then the bid and ask widen.  The depth and breadth of United States financial . . . → Read More: The DTCC And Market Liquidity

Improving Wireless Bandwidth

Peter Wayner has a story about a WiMax rollout in Baltimore in the US. They seem to be getting 6 Mb/s download and 1 Mb/s upload. This is termed a `4G’ network (which might just be marketing speak).

In India, Thomas K. Thomas has an article on price cuts by Airtel. My sense is . . . → Read More: Improving Wireless Bandwidth