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-Papa! what's money?
-What is money, Paul? Money?
-Yes, what is money?
-Gold, and silver, and copper. Guineas, shillings, half-pence. You know what they are?
-Oh yes, I know what they are. I don't mean that, Papa. I mean what's money after all?
Little Paul Dombey, Dombey and Son, by Charles Dickens (1848)

Athanassios K. Boudalis

Part 3 of a 3-part series I published in 2008 on the Greece-FYROM conflict. Unfortunately still relevant...

Part 2 of a 3-part series I published in 2008 on the Greece-FYROM conflict. Unfortunately still relevant...

Part 1 of a 3-part series I published in 2008 on the Greece-FYROM conflict. Unfortunately still relevant...

An intriguing 1996 report from the BDI, outlining the official position of German Industrialists on the Euro and the Euripean Monetary Union (unofficial English translation).

Πώς θα μπορούσαν η συντονισμένες αγορές από ακαδημαϊκά ιδρύματα να προωθήσουν το ελεύθερο λογισμικό; (και να συμπιέσουν το κόστος)

Ποια τα πιθανά οικονομικά οφέλη από την ενεργό υιοθέτηση του ελεύθερου λογισμικού στον κρατικό μηχανισμό;

Ποια η σημασία του ελεύθερου λογισμικού για την εθνική κυριαρχία στον σύγχρονο κόσμο; Ένα παλιότερο άρθρο μου σε ένα θέμα πάντα επίκαιρο.

Contrary to common descriptions, the policy recommendations of Adam Smith could be characterised as "state interventionism" by modern-day neoliberals and libertarians.

Adam Smith had peculiar ideas regarding education that wouldn't sit well neither with free-market economics professors, nor with women.

If Adam Smith is celebrated for one thing, this is his fervent support for free trade. Well, here are 7 points he makes to refute this view.

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