Chapter 34: The states of social economics
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34 The states of social economics Charlie Dannreuther and Oliver Kessler Introduction Let us assume that social economics is mainly about real people. These people love and hate, laugh and cry, daydream and dysfunction. Of course a few of them do ...

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