Every kid’s been tempted. Whether it was a dinosaur-shaped eraser or a purple bottle of nail polish. There’s something exhilarating and emboldening about taking something from the local store. I recall vividly having to walk back into a store with my Mom when I was maybe 6 or 7. I was returning a coloured pencil.
But it must have been exhilarating and emboldening for John in Bronte, Australia to post his blog on Sunday. Entitled “The Macroeconomics of Chinese Kleptocracy” opens with a bold assertion:
This well-written essay then provides an economist’s rationale for the wide-spread theft and the impact on China’s economy.
Rather than…borrow…the blog post I’d suggest you click here to read the article.
Then get your hand out of that cookie jar!