Tag: Germany

The Wealth Clock: What Does It Really Count?

I came across this interesting post by Ida Ince at Critical Legal Thinking about the “Wealth Clock”, which purports to display wealth distribution in Germany. Following in the traditions of the Doomesday and US National Debt clocks, the Wealth Clock, is an attempt by some “Ger­man trades uni­ons, aca­dem­ics, and mil­it­ants” to push the government into

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Germany On Top — Again

Jim O’Neill, formerly of Goldman, has an interesting post on Bloomberg where he compares the fortune’s of Germany’s football clubs and Germany itself. O’Neill quotes 80’s English footballer Gary Lineker, amusing take on the situation: An English soccer star of the 1980s, Gary Lineker, once defined the sport in a way that still makes sense

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