The end of linearity |Strategic Management
Dear audience, Nobel prize winner Paul Krugman claims to have known it all along. „Economists who have spent their entire careers on equilibrium business cycle theory are now discovering, in effect, that they invested their savings with Bernie Madoff,“ he wrote irreverently at the end of 2008 in his blog. And although the economy is back on its feet and growing, the crash has changed perspectives and spawned some unexpected alliances. Growth forecasters are discussing the limits of an artificially levered economy, while skeptics are discovering the market principle.
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