Relational economics.

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6 Responses to Relational economics.

  1. matthew says:

    “Politics is the authoritative allocation of values or scarce resources.”

  2. Jonathan says:

    I don’t think I am reading this correctly. Explaination? What do A, B and C represent?

    • Liana says:

      I feel the same. It’s not typical of her work, yet I still think I get it in a vague way. The idea of collaboration being a resource is great. In fact it can lead to healthy competition if people don’t intimidated. Maybe ‘B’ just represents a balance, a midpoint.

  3. Stripe says:

    Nice summary of… Everything.

    I think this applies to populations of animals as well.

    Anyway, C2, as resources approach zero: Cannibalism

  4. Phil says:

    Where would you place Coopetition?

  5. Liana says:

    …and when/why did we stop calling it ‘Personnel’ and then start calling it ‘Human Resources’ (robot voice)….sounds kinda gross and 90′s. I’m trying to think of a better name….

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