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Reviewer: Petter Tornberg Tags: There is no tags Comments: 0

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While in many ways an interesting summary of many of the problems with contemporary economics, this book lacks somewhat both in theoretic depth and presentation. For a book on economic theory, a lot of the focus is on criticizing the actual economy and societal organization, rather than economics as a theoretical framework. The rather well-known [...]

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This book tells the story of how ideas of cybernetics, a scientific movement in many ways a forerunner to complexity science, combined with ICT to play an important role in the development of Allende’s socialism in Chile. Through this historical case study, the book addresses a number of questions: 1. How governments envisioned computers for [...]

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