Monthly Archives: August 2013

Didier Sornette: How we can predict the next financial crisis

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Toilet Paper and the Demand Curve!

Many of us are now familiar with the determinants of demand and the acronym PACIFICS, well here’s an amusing example to illustrate to students that there are other factors outside of our well travelled acronym that influence the demand curve … Continue reading

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The pathetic representation of women central bankers

Great graphic below from The Economist showing the shocking representation of women in the Central Banking world! Girl Power is clearly lacking in those countries displayed and it certainly begs the question whether or not with more female influence (read … Continue reading

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3D Printing Revolution – what next?

http://on.ted.com/Bastian I am fascinated (and a little concerned!) by the implications of what developments in this technology can achieve – great TED talk here given by Bastian Schaefer showing off a speculative design for the future of jet planes, with … Continue reading

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