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Please click here to support this open-access journal and the WEA real-world economic review issue no. 106 download whole issue How entropy drives us towards degrowthCrelis Rammelt2 “It is much too soon to act “ – Economists and the climate changeGiandomenico Scarpelli8 Addressing the climate and inequality crises:An emergency market plan simulationJorge Buzaglo and Leo Buzaglo Olofsgård21 Stocking up on wealth … concentration Blair Fix 40 Back to the past: income distribution in AmericaAhmad Seyf57 Blinded by science: The empirical case for quantum models in financeDavid Orrell68 Critique of Ayn Rand’s Atlas Shrugged political economy and its place in neoliberalism Rafael Galvão de Almeida and Leonardo Gomes de Deus 80 Twenty-first century money: Huber and the case for CBDC Jamie

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issue no. 106

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How entropy drives us towards degrowth
Crelis Rammelt
2

“It is much too soon to act “ – Economists and the climate change
Giandomenico Scarpelli
8

Addressing the climate and inequality crises:
An emergency market plan simulation
Jorge Buzaglo and Leo Buzaglo Olofsgård
21

Stocking up on wealth … concentration
Blair Fix

40

Back to the past: income distribution in America
Ahmad Seyf
57

Blinded by science: The empirical case for quantum models in finance
David Orrell
68

Critique of Ayn Rand’s Atlas Shrugged political economy and its place in neoliberalism
Rafael Galvão de Almeida
and Leonardo Gomes de Deus
80

Twenty-first century money: Huber and the case for CBDC
Jamie Morgan

97

Book review of Chang, Ha-Joon, (2022) Edible Economics
Junaid Jahangir

110

Board of Editors, past contributors, submissions, etc.
116

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