Re: BOOK: The Mystery of Capital

From: Brian D Williams (
Date: Fri Oct 19 2001 - 11:32:12 MDT

>From: "J. R. Molloy" <>

>There's that "west" word again. What about Japan, Taiwan,
>Singapore, etc.? They're not part of the West, and they're doing
>great with capitalism, aren't they?

That's just my center-of-the-universe perspective, ;) all those
countrys are "west" of Chicago. (I've always traveled west to get

The interesting part about his theory is that you can examine a
capitalist country (almost a thousand collegues are doing just
that) and make predictions based on the sophistication of this
necessary infrastructure. That and you can make corrections in
existing economies, and have an actual testable plan of how to get
from there to here.

They're economists with dirt under their fingernails.


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