Summary: Lessons in economics can be found in unexpected places – such as the markets for camels and beans. Ian McMaster Editor-in-chief of the German Business Spotlight It’s been a busy week for Maynard, my pet parrot. Maynard, as you may remember, is a brilliant economist whose vocabulary consists mainly of the words “supply and demand”. Maynard is named after John Maynard Keynes (1883-1946), Britain’s most famous economist. A fascinating collection of the texts of Keynes’s BBC radio broadcasts from...
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