Whenever there's an economic ideology that is gaining traction, I try to keep an open mind about it and stay abreast. I've noticed throughout history that when the dominant economic ideology of the day changes, their effects are typically felt over years and decades. After all it was Lord Keynes who wrote that: 'The ideas … Continue reading Modern Monetary Theory – entering adoption phase
In April this year, local US media reported that the Kentucky Coal Museum is opting for solar power usage, in what may go down as an ironic and perhaps iconic twist in the history of fossil fuels and the global energy industry. 80 or so solar panels are to be installed, with the expectation of … Continue reading Time to bet against coal?