Philip Copeman commented on Philip Copeman's blog post Coronavirus March
"Bulletin March 31 2020
Copeman Academy
Mathematical economist. Philip Copeman has been studying the Coronavirus since 1 February 2020 across 80 country data sets. His conclusion leads us to reexamine our policies. World response to the virus has bee…"
Tuesday
Philip Copeman commented on Philip Copeman's blog post Okuns GDP Gap
"You either believe  Keynes or you do not. If you do, then you believe Robert Solow. Solow describes the "Knife-edge growth" of GDP. It's like a goldilocks need for investment. If you overinvest, then you get these scares and drops. And if you will s…"
Sunday
Philip Copeman posted a blog post
The economy is never cool after a stock market crash. When is it going to recover?
I have been looking at the question since 1982 when it first perplexed me. Financial people will never talk about it because for most of the cycle they are too busy s…
Saturday
Philip Copeman posted a blog post
 Bulletin 31 March 2020 : bulletin31mar.pdf
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Bulletin 27 March 2020 : bulletin27mar.pdf
Bulletin 26 March 2020 : bulletin26mar.pdf
 
The things matter over the next few weeks:
define the compartments and appo…
Mar 27
Philip Copeman posted a discussion
 
Interesting attack on the neoclassical analysis of wages.
Evonomics is a site which works in the cross over between evolutionary biology and Economics. They keep seeking solutions for the community good.There is an underlying  Marxist element to t…
Dec 16, 2019
Philip Copeman published an article
Copeman's Process of Internet Triangularisation
CPIT
Raison d'état
For any Internet transaction S2 -> S3 that is a CPIT, by offering the service of attaining the transaction S2 -> S1 -> S3, the service provider creates scalar value.
Definition
Copem…
Dec 5, 2019
Philip Copeman posted a discussion
Here is a very good 11 minute video that outlines  the concepts.
 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SmY6svzI2mw
Nov 25, 2019
Philip Copeman posted a discussion
Nodejs is also a powerful solution for collecting and visualising real-time data in the form of advanced dashboards. GraphQL is an interesting example. Although this query language for APIs can work together with other programming languages, such as…
Oct 18, 2019
Philip Copeman posted a blog post
Subject: Economics
Case Study: South Africa Inc (unemployment, inequality, growth model)
Put yourselves in the shoes of someone advising the President.
The problem we are dealing with is the 29% unemployment of 10 Million South Africans, the rate cl…
Oct 15, 2019
Philip Copeman posted a discussion
Future of Work
There is something quite Zuma-esque about watching Cyril Rhamaphosa bumbling through the key note address at the Future of Work Conference, reading a speech clearly not written or properly rehearsed by him. Mr President, a word of adv…
Jul 30, 2019
Philip Copeman posted a blog post
South Africa posted a 2019 Q1 GDP growth decline of minus 3,2%.
Economic apologists tout this as the worst performance in 10 years. Worse! Back up 33 years to find self-inflicted stupidity of this magnitude. In the Court of Economic History, Preside…
Jun 8, 2019
Philip Copeman published an article
Adam Smith
The Wealth of Nations
The Wealth of Nations.pdf
 
Karl Marx
Das Kapital
Capital-Volume-I.pdf
Capital-Volume-II.pdf
Capital-Volume-III.pdf
 
John Maynard Keynes
General Theory of Employment, Interest and Money
generaltheory.pdf
 
 
 



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May 30, 2019
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May 11, 2019
Philip Copeman posted a discussion
Great piece of code for displaying an HTML5 video in a Bootstrap Jumbotron.
 
https://codepen.io/JacobLett/pen/LmWvLZ
Mar 14, 2019
Philip Copeman posted a blog post
English Speaking countries do not do well in Pisa rankings. The Copeman Academy strives to give the English speaking student  a boost in Maths education. We do this by supplementing  analytical training with Deep Learning based Pattern Recognition.…
Mar 12, 2019
Philip Copeman posted a discussion
Consumer surplus is one of the most beautiful things in Capitalism.
 
Take for example the fact that I would be prepared to buy a beer for R 20 a Quart. In South Africa that it is about $ 0.70 for a pint! (I would probably pay double that, but lets…
Jan 24, 2019
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