Tuesday, March 14, 2006

Still Learning!

Have just spent a rather peculiar evening proof-reading brother-in-law's economics dissertation (all 94 pages of it), so I now know more about principal-agent theory and the Enron problem than I am ever likely to know ever again; so go on, bring it on -- any questions?

OK, so I couldn't fully get to grips with his graphs, but I shall be sorely peeved if he doesn't get a first for his semi-colon placement.


Anonymous said...

Where does money come from?


Carlotta said...

In this country? From the government ;)

Anonymous said...

The guv own the Bank of England, then?

I meant more like, "Mummy, where does money come from?"

You know, in the first place. And how does it work?

Also, how does property work? Say, land. Is it a matter of whoever was there first with a big enough fence and flag?

I hope you've an idea of what I'm trying to ask. I certainly don't. But I might have later.


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