Hamsternomics: Are We All Just Happy Hamsters?

On printing money and getting back on the “wheel”

Essay by Paul Millerd & ryan borker

Look at this cute little guy:

Right now, as citizens of the United States we may become that hamster. Near term, we don’t really have a choice. Long term, we might have a choice.

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The future of work is about doing less work @ www.think-boundless.com & 📩 boundless.substack.com

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