In praise of ketchup economics

Chris Dillow

Chris Dillow

John Kay's otherwise excellent recent book, Other People's Money, is marred for me by some sneering reference to what Larry Summers called "ketchup economics". Such snarks are unworthy, because "ketchup economics", in fact, contains some important messages for investors about how financial markets work - and don't.

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