The Internet and Social Media change our way of decision-making. We are no longer the independent decision makers we used to be. Instead, we have become networked minds, social decision-makers, more than ever before. This has several fundamental implications. First of all, our economic theories must change, and second, our economic institutions must be adapted to support the social decision-maker, the "homo socialis", rather be tailored to the perfect egoist, known as "homo economicus".
The SNP has tabled an amendment to the Queen’s Speech calling for a change in economic policy to boost growth and jobs. The amendment will say that the programme announced “fails to meet the aspirations of the people of Scotland.”
With the 2013 financial year now behind us it is always interesting to go back and look at how things turned out, particularly when looking at what the ‘experts’ told us was going to happen. This year is an even more stark example of the perils of listening to the noise and focusing on the short term.
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