Pursue heterogeneous futures

“countries that have a lot of self-resiliency and potential self-resiliency may do fine. Countries that depend upon an intricate wave of networking and trade may suffer a bit. But generally, globalization has been good. If you believe in comparative advantage and all these things you learn in ECON 10…” via IFTTT from http://amzn.com/k/-ulHpNL3T1SZ-W-h1MCsFA

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Author: Ron Joads

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