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Crispbread economics


Scandinavian tradition distinguishes the “rich man’s side” from the flat “poor man’s side”.

Swedes drink snaps and know things. About economics.

Miki insists knäckebröd is the Swedish word for cardboard.

Doughnut Economics

A sweeter view: Doughnut Economics: Seven ways to think like a 21st-century economist, by Kate Raworth

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