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Economy and environment

by on March 13, 2011

Fullerton cogently tees up many of the key issues: Has economic growth become a scarce commodity that must be very judiciously allocated among the many nations of the world? What are the ethical implications of a world of limited growth between rich developed countries and poor ones that arguably need growth more? How could the world of finance operate if there were not increasing returns?

This is important because it is part of George Soros’s New Economic Thinking Institute.

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