Occupy Economics Workshop Dec 10th

Occupy Economics Workshop Tuesday Dec. 10th, 6:30 – 8:30 Steelworkers Hall, 25 Cecil St. Toronto Event is free Topic: Introduction to Post-Neoclassical Economics Part 2. Social evolution of economic typologies In terms of historical evolution of economic typologies, Neoclassical economics generally only discern between industrial and pre-industrial economies, and assume that with the advent ... Read More »

Comer lawsuit against Bank of Canada

On Tuesday, December 10, 2013, the Committee On Monetary and Economic Reform (COMER) Appeal on the Motion to Strike will be heard at the Federal Court, 180 Queen Street West, 4th Floor. The Hearing will start at 9:30 am and continue throughout the day. Read More »

G20 Spying

by the NSA according to the Snowden Docs. As the CSEC;Communications Security Establishment Canada was complicit in help to the Anglosphere gather intel on other World leaders for their Capitalists interests… http://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/new-snowden-docs-show-u-s-spied-during-g20-in-toronto-1.2442448   Read More »

Ford’s proposed budget

under former math teacher; Frank DiGiorgio comes in at $ 9.6 Billion with a 2.5% property tax increase. Ford had promised 1.75% and a 10% reduction in the Land Transfer Tax. That was possible until Ford started boasting and his brother Doug started trash talking that the Province cut $ 50 million in grants! Also with the 0.5% portion for Ford’s Scarborough Subway PLAN pushes the City closer ... Read More »

Occupy Economics Workshop

Next Occupy Economics Workshop Tuesday Nov. 26th, 6:30 – 8:30 pm Steelworkers Hall, 25 Cecil St. Toronto Event is free Topic: Introduction to Post-Neoclassical Economics Part 1. The nature of economic information. Before the workshop, try to read “Heuristics and Information Strings”, chapter 3 in The end of Rational Economics. which is now downloadable at www.occupyeconomics.ca/e... Read More »

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