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Don’t Study Economics As A Martian

A Martian is observing Grand Central Station in New York. He is bedazzled by what he sees. Bodies wandering around aimlessly. He is curious and wants to understand what is going on. Then he notices that when the small hand on the station clock points to eight, there is a lot of movement as bodies…
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How Sweden Was Saved By Free Markets

A cursory glance at online political discourse in Singapore today will yield a common buzzword: inequality. This word paints a heart-wrenching image of a mass of people left behind in this rapidly digitalising age of global capitalism. Ask any idealistic university undergraduate how this problem can be solved, and the same politically correct answer will…
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Avengers Endgame: How Ticket Scalping Serves Consumers

Avengers Endgame hits theatres later this month, sparking a mad rush among Marvel fans to secure the best seats for the opening week. The issue of ticket scalping is back in the spotlight again as resale prices of tickets are skyrocketing. Intuitively, ticket scalping strikes us as insulting and an unethical practice that justifies legislative…
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Singaporean Youths Should Be Thankful For No Minimum Wage

The true home of the free and the brave is Singapore. Or more accurately, those courageous Singaporean workplaces willing to take on unpaid interns. All their labour can be free, but you have to be brave. If you don’t believe me, go to the first year students in Singapore and you will find plenty willing…
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Libertarianism In One Poem

Reducing income inequality, Curtails economic prosperity. Good-hearted intentions to close the the widening gap, Only puts the free, dynamic, growing economy at a cap. Through attempts of money redistribution from rich to poor, Like minimum wage laws, progressive taxes, and high subsidy tiers. Alongside provision of free universal healthcare and education, Instead of looking at…
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Is Virtue Signalling Our New Social Currency?

Is Virtue Signalling Our New Social Currency? The internet was imagined by its pioneers to be the arbiter of a new information renaissance, believing that it would revolutionise the way we learn and communicate. Instead, it has devolved into a platform for individuals to build their social currencies through virtue signalling and social justice stunts…
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