Asset Allocation 

Seeing all sides

Chris Dillow

Chris Dillow

I wrote recently that UK company profits have become increasingly dependent on what the government and consumers do. Some people found this puzzling. This is because they often make a systemic error about economics: they often fail to see that what is true of an individual sometimes cannot be true for everybody. They lack a form of what US sociologist C Wright Mills called the sociological imagination.

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