Ideath's Reviews > The Gridlock Economy: How Too Much Ownership Wrecks Markets, Stops Innovation, and Costs Lives

The Gridlock Economy by Michael Heller
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Sep 12, 08

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Read in September, 2008

It's frustrating me because he's working on this scale from overuse to underuse, and doesn't ever seem to hint that there might be some things for which the ideal level of use is none. Everything is a resource to be exploited, and the issue is making sure it's exploited most efficiently. It's hard to pick up again when i set it down.

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Glowingfish Compare the red and blue pills in Sophie's World.

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Glowingfish I can actually explain what that proceeding means, if you like...

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