In economics, the Luddite Fallacy argues that new technology does not lead to a high unemployment rate and the destruction of jobs. Naturally, this is hard to believe – and untrue. Before proceeding, please note that you are currently reading a post categorized under “Possibly the least informative”. Here, I allow myself to express thoughts and ideas, […]Read more "Luddite Fallacy? No way, José!"
A couple of years ago I read a paper on gendercide in India and China. It stuck with me ever since. When I recently watched the 2012 documentary “It’s a Girl“, I decided that I need to know more about it. I need to know where this leads and what it means. Gendercide is a […]Read more "Gender(cide) Imbalance – Drivers"
In this post I would like to make you a little bit more familiar with the field of future studies or rather, how it works. Although in some ways it has been prevalent since the 1960s, future studies has always been quite a controversial field and therefore did not gain much traction in economics or […]Read more "Future Studies 101 (Breakdown of a thesis)"
I am starting of this blog with the main contributor to my interest in social, economic and environmental change. 2 years ago, in the scope of my graduation assignment, I conducted research on China’s migrant workers in the garment-manufacturing industry, mainly because I had witnessed migrant workers fate first-hand, back in 2012 during an internship […]Read more "The Future of China’s Migrant Workers (Exhibit: Garment-Manufacturing)"