Slower by Design, not Disaster
Chapter 3: Systems, information and prices
The generation, transmission and use of information are critical for determining how systems function, especially systems such as economies in which feedback is important. As in any system, if the information generated and used for decision making is unreliable, system functioning will be impaired.
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