Category Archives: Cryptoeconomics

High Tech Hayekians IV

Part III here Part II here Part I here

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High Tech Hayekians III

Part II here Part I here

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High Tech Hayekians II

  Part I here.

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High Tech Hayekians I

Phil Salin’s work can be read here. The wealth of kitchens is especially good.

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Mentioned in dispatches

The Guardian has published a very nice puff-piece today on the RMIT Blockchain Innovation Hub. There are no suggestions the Blockchain Innovation Hub or any of its researchers have acted improperly or were not entitled to the grants. Ah yes. … Continue reading

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An information problem not a supply problem

“I think it’s not even a message, it is the reality, really we in Australia we are very lucky because we have a world class supply chain we have world class producers of food and produce and we really have … Continue reading

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The future of money and trade

  Early version of the paper is here. As blockchain technology is adopted into modern economies, the underlying institutional protocols will evolve. In this paper, we set out the reasoning behind how this will likely take us to an economy … Continue reading

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Some light reading over summer

From the latest issue of the Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization: In this paper, we examine an alternative perspective: an exchange view of intellectual property and intellectual property rights. We relax the standard assumption of a benevolent government simply … Continue reading

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Aliens, James Packer’s vault, trouser pockets, the NBN?

An interesting mystery: Why Is the World’s Cash Disappearing? Banks Are Asking, But No One Seems to Know. “… there are approximately 51,104,400,000 Australian dollars floating around out there, somewhere.” Distrust of banks, fear of economic collapse and wariness of … Continue reading

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Arnold Kling on Facebook detractors

The great Arnold Kling asks the question: I am sick of reading about people who want to regulate Facebook. You didn’t come up with the idea. You didn’t build the business. Now that it’s here, who the heck do you … Continue reading

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