A Study of Culture, Belief, and Social Structure HTML version

i) Introduction
ii) Idea Maps introduction
iii) Focal Points
iv) Feedback
v) lifeworlds and idea maps
1. Recovering economics from the theory
2. The role of falasafa (philosophy) in Economics
3. Counterfactuals in Life History Livelihood Studies of Poverty
4. Kaldor’s Laws vs Keynes
5. Memetic house prices
6. Economic theorisation
7. Inflation and assets
8. Debt and Balance of Payments
9. On the dynamic system of the economy
10. On the nature of the economy
11. The world bank and poverty lines
12. Systems of thought
13. The production function
14. On the normal distribution
15. The theory of the Islamic state
16. Truth, Democracy and Statistics
17. A justification of a plan to end poverty through alternative Economic Theory
18. Perfect Competition, a critical disjuncture with the conventional wisdom
19. A Centre to a Circle
20. Anti-Americanism in British Society, The Universal Social Model and democracy
21. On Shafi’i
22. Causes of poverty, a short literature review
23. The nature of terrorism
24. The philosophical problem at the heart of dynamics of society
25. Non-reductionist Memetic Theory in relation to Habermas and Dawkins
26. The early 21st Century global circuits of trade and capital
27. The Private Equity model
28. Extensive form game theory applied to poverty and crime
29. What makes an idea successful?
30. Progressive social movements in the UK
31. Night Life (world)
32. On the salient characteristics of the underlying idea map of society
33. Integration of Muslims into the UK lifeworld?
34. The institutional determinants of trade
35. An Accumulation model
36. The limitations to growth in an unequal society