"Risk comes first because we can't survive..
Fragility is more important than growth.!"
"Taleb’s fragile world, Part Two"
"Fragility, he insists, trumps growth. If a plane has an elevated chance of crashing, even if that chance is very small, we would give that priority over its speed or its price. So, governments should have a risk manager’s mindset, and not try to prod the economy into growing. Without a risk-averse mindset, risks will grow."E ainda:
"Stripped of the rhetorical flourishes, this is what the Taleb argument comes to. The western economy is over-centralised, and that creates extra risk. It is hard to disagree – and that should worry everyone."Ver esta figura sobre o progresso do socialismo:
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