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About this blog: The main focus of the articles on this blog are on economics and political economy, which is a big passion of mine. I like to apply economics to all sorts of issues and I enjoy writing about economic history as well as contemporary topics.

The articles on this blog are a product of my own creativity and the views expressed here are likewise my own.

About me: I am Dane currently living in London, UK. I am an MSc graduate in Economics and apart from my studies I like music, travelling, skiing, Aikido, running, food, coffee, wine, social networks and much more.

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  1. maggieannthoeni / Jul 30 2013 06:53

    I well understand ‘lapsed blogs’ as I maintain one myself – but I also greatly appreciate your observations and interpretations. Are you considering re-entering this space? Or are you posting your thoughts elsewhere? Thanks!!!

  2. Lukasz Cerazy / Aug 3 2013 09:06

    Hi Maggie

    THank you for your interest. I must admit that it is very hard for me to find the time to write on my blog, however, I felt a bit sad seeing it idle. I therefore decided to start it up again a few weeks back and I am brewing a new post – hopefully I’ll be able to share it soon.

    Thanks again.

  3. maggieannthoeni / Aug 3 2013 15:45

    Thanks, Lucasz!

    As to economics, my own attention has shifted these days to how our economic structure seems overwhelmingly to favor ‘exploitation’ of resources, rather than ‘stewardship’. My life-long ‘up close and personal’ relationship with earth’s natural dynamics, including part played by biodiversity, gives me an awareness I think weak or missing in our highly urbanized societies. It’s my opinion that we need to shift to a stewardship mindset. I wonder if you’ve had thoughts on that.

    (Had intended to explore your post “Why Nothing is Free” – but this minute an ‘off-computer’ project has developed so will try later!)

    That concern aside, I look forward to gaining from your insights on any theme you present. I’ve ‘followed’ your blog so will receive notice when you do post.

    -Maggie

  4. maggieannthoeni / Aug 3 2013 16:15

    … my ‘off computer project’ was shelved for about 20 min. Gave me a chance to pick up a link to a recent post that I could have included above re ‘stewardship’. In case you’re interested : http://thoughtsfromthewell.wordpress.com/2013/07/31/bee-and-wasp-die-off-our-inescapable-need-to-steward-all-life/. Thanks.

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