I have a lot of respect for Warren Buffet, Charlie Munger and others who've made fortunes but then also share their observations with the world. Some of the perspectives are genuinely enlightening (and not just for people who want to "get rich") - take Charlie Munger's 1995 piece on misjudgment for example. That makes it … Continue reading Willful Misjudgment: Charlie Munger and Inequality
The healthcare debate in the United States often centers on where the boundary between social and personal responsability lies. What seemingly always gets missed is that the absence of state healthcare provision allows healthcare companies to run rampant in pricing their drugs and services.
On @kiva, @ZidishaInc, new blog post: "Lending a Billion, $25 at a Time"
In Part I of the series on books from the 2018 reading pile, I focused on self-improvement. In this second segment, it's time to shift gears to the type of books I read most of in 2018: books on society, economics and in particularly inequality. This is a topic close to my heart and I'll … Continue reading 2018 Books Part II: Society & Inequality