Bionomics: Economy As Ecosystem

Bionomics Economy As Ecosystem Hailed as a landmark account of how we organize ourselves for work this wise experience tested book looks to nature as the model for how things work in the modern business world Rothschild s anecdot

  • Title: Bionomics: Economy As Ecosystem
  • Author: Michael L. Rothschild
  • ISBN: 9780805019797
  • Page: 253
  • Format: Paperback
  • Hailed as a landmark account of how we organize ourselves for work, this wise, experience tested book looks to nature as the model for how things work in the modern business world Rothschild s anecdote rich text challenges traditional thinking with a fresh vision of economics as a self organizing system that is as natural as life itself.

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    • Reading in 2017, I feel some of the awe he would evoke from discussion of genomics in readers during the time it was written would compensate for the poorly developed economic arguments. Unfortunately, now that level of knowledge comes with an 8th grade course, and while there are some interesting anecdotes about ecology, I did not find the book particular insightful as a whole.


    • There's something eery about this. As is with most things to do around Virginia Postrel and "Reason". However, lots of drilled-down, complex thoughts here. As if a right-winger would try to get Ed Freeman's model of "stakeholder capitalism" - if you can accept for arguments' sake the notion of social-darwinism that is hanging in here. What you get is an indeed "dynamic" (cf Postrel) understanding of economics, something beyond the mechanical mainstream WSJ-stuff, pointing to the ecological dimen [...]


    • It's a good book with interesting ideas. The only caveat is that Rothschild is not an economist and does not back his points with rigor. I recommend reading more Hayek for further study. I think it's a great book for people who do not understand the bottom up nature of social organization. Those who have groked this concept can probably pass.



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