asterisk2a + gentrified   28

Capitalism and Mental Health: How the Market Makes Us Sick
POVERTY TRAP! // we were never as miserable as a nation as ever before.
profit  maximisation  profit  maximization  underinvestment  austerity  shareholder  capitalism  capitalism  in  crisis  capitalism  capitalist  working  poor  Precariat  squeezed  middle  class  status  anxiety  materialism  consumerism  consumerist  well  being  mental  health  burnout  work  life  balance  exploitation  exploited  part-time  part-time  employment  Contractor  self-employment  Soziale  Marktwirtschaft  cortisol  poverty  trap  poverty  child  poverty  low  pay  low  income  shareholder  value  Wall  Street  disposable  income  discretionary  spending  Robert  Skidelsky  Slavoj  Žižek  Disabled  vulnerable  DWP  WCA  Iain  Duncan  Smith  Stephen  Crabb  George  Osborne  David  Cameron  public  health  public  health  policy  public  health  risk  liberal  economic  reform  neoliberal  neoliberalism  JSA  sanctions  Food  Bank  self-medication  substance  abuse  abuse  alcohol  abuse  alcoholism  binge  drinking  coping  mechanism  GP  health  care  cost  health  care  demand  NHS  homeless  homelessness  Housing  Generation  Rent  UK  USA  precarious  work  precarious  employment  isolation  child  protection  education  policy  Self-esteem  sociology  psychology  Wertegesellschaft  Gesellschaft  values  Gentrified  Gentrifzierung  gentrification  Beton  Gold  Betongold  urban  planning  urbanisation  rat  capitalism  class  economic 
april 2016 by asterisk2a
Konzept gegen Wohnungsnot: Höher, enger, dichter
In deutschen Großstädten fehlen Wohnungen und freie Flächen. Die sogenannte "Nachverdichtung" könnte die Wohnungsnot mindern. Das Potenzial ist groß - doch Anwohner sind oft alles andere als begeistert. [ ... In ballungsgebieten ...] 2030 würden dann bereits eine Million Wohnungen fehlen. [...] Das gelingt nicht immer. Wird zu stark verdichtet, geht das zulasten der Wohnqualität - die Menschen leiden unter mehr Lärm und Verkehr, haben weniger Freizeitflächen in ihrer Umgebung. Entstehen mehrheitlich Eigentums- oder teure Mietwohnungen, ist der neue Wohnraum für viele nicht bezahlbar - das beschleunigt die Gentrifizierung. [... Active change in Planning Laws to allow new types of developments ... ] Die Bundesregierung unterstützt Nachverdichtung, indem sie Kommunen zum Beispiel mehr Spielräume für die Bebauung von Innenstadtflächen einräumt.
Skyscraper  urban  planning  urbanisation  public  transport  public  transportation  pollution  affordability  affordable  housing  standard  of  living  living  standard  city  living  quality  of  life  noise  pollution  air  pollution  Micro  Apartment  minimalism  minimalismus  Gentrified  Gentrifzierung  gentrification  Generation  Rent  mega  city  urban  living  urban  transportation  commute  commuter  commuting 
march 2016 by asterisk2a
Robert Reich - Timeline Photos
In some cities – San Francisco, Seattle, Boston, New York – it’s 40 to 50 percent. What’s the solution? Part of it is better public transportation – so people can live further away from where they work, in affordable housing. But rather than invest more in public transportation, America is disinvesting. We're spending a smaller percentage of our GDP on public transit now than at any time since World War II. Why? Ask Republicans in Congress and in state legislatures.
dogma  ideology  USA  infrastructure  investment  underinvestment  infrastructure  public  transportation  transportation  commuting  Richard  Wolff  Robert  Reich  austerity  fairness  Generationengerechtigkeit  discretionary  spending  squeezed  middle  class  gentrification  Gentrified  urban  planning  urbanisation  tax  evasion  tax  avoidance  corporate  tax  rate  crony  capitalism  capitalism 
october 2015 by asterisk2a
The way to kill a complex city is to chase out all the poor people – and their food | Samantha Gillison | Comment is free | The Guardian
When greed makes a place like New York, London or San Francisco unaffordable, the non-wealthy leave, and the city loses the smells and tastes that made it great
urban  planning  gentrification  Gentrified  urbanisation  city  living 
october 2015 by asterisk2a
Zumper: One-Third Of San Francisco’s Rent Is Attributable To VC Funding | TechCrunch
[capital efficiency?] // the other 1/4th is bidding up via credit bubble riches, diversification. other 2/4ths from planning restriction and natural biz cycle of sv //&! http://www.thebolditalic.com/articles/7266-an-open-letter-to-anyone-moving-to-san-francisco-for-a-tech-job - For context, people are right to be angry; shit is certainly fucked up. Since 2010, rents have risen by 40%, and eviction rates have risen by 38%—two rapid changes that have had very visual consequences all across the city. Much of SoMa, for instance, looks like an elephant graveyard. Sidewalks look like the surface of the moon; alleys are littered with broken glass; and streets are strewn with sleeping persons and human shit. All of this can be observed from in the shade of the brand-new office buildings and luxury condos that now line the streets everywhere east of 4th Street. [...] those who move to San Francisco and don’t engage with the community dilute and adulterate San Francisco’s sense of character.
San  Francisco  Venture  Capital  cost  of  living  cost  of  entry  standard  of  living  city  living  burn  rate  New  York  Start-Up  Scene  London  Scene  runway  Networking  Network  economies  of  agglomeration  ecosystem  community  gentrification  Gentrified  speculative  bubbles  property  bubble  credit  bubble  BRIC  QE  ZIRP  hunt  for  yield  FOMO  NIRP  centralbanks  asset  allocation  alternative  investment  allocation 
september 2015 by asterisk2a
Bumper payouts for housebuilding executives as market booms | Business | The Guardian
Two of Britain’s largest housebuilders, Berkeley Group and Persimmon, could hand out about £1bn to their top executives and managers in pay and bonuses over the next six years, boosted by strong UK house prices and government-subsidies for home-buyers. Tony Pidgley, founder and executive chairman at Berkeley, is expected to face tough questions on Tuesday at the group’s shareholder meeting near its headquarters in leafy Cobham, Surrey, after it emerged last month that his pay package last year was worth £23.3m. [...] Meanwhile, executives at Persimmon, the UK’s largest housebuilder, also have a Berkeley-style incentive scheme that is one of the most generous to be found at a London stock market-listed firm. [...] Berkeley’s share price has risen more than 40% since the election of a Conservative government in May, [...] [bonuses] “entirely based on short-term performance”. [...] return on equity[.][ < KPI, what gets measured gets done ] &! bbc.in/1KE0jut - Barratt Homes profits +45%
social  housing  affordable  housing  CEO  pay  Wall  Street  profit  maximisation  shareholder  value  CEO  Leadership  housing  market  housing  crisis  generation  rent  Generationengerechtigkeit  fairness  UK  property  bubble  Supply  and  Demand  Demand  and  Supply  vested  interest  Tories  Conservative  Party  No  Representation  social  tension  social  cohesion  gentrification  Gentrified  austerity  2015  mortgage  market  speculative  bubbles  speculative  speculation  hot-money  bonuses  bonus  transparency  accountability  crony  capitalism  shared  economic  interest  general  election  2015  election  campaign  promises  George  Osborne  babyboomers  David  Cameron  social  contract  political  theory  exploitation  lobbyist  lobby  Lobbying  oligopoly  oligopol  monopsony  cartel  antitrust  financial  incentive  Public  Good  underinvestment  investment  productive  investment  output  gap  productivity  commuting  infrastructure  investment  trickle-down  economics  neoliberalism  neoliberal  budget2015  policy  folly  policy  error  Makers  Public  short-term  long-term  living  standard  cost  of  living  cost  of  ownership  cost  of  entry  living  spaces  standard  of  living  living  environment  city  living  urban  planning  urbanisation 
september 2015 by asterisk2a
BBC News - A history of social housing
Viability assessments are commercially confidential. not even the council can have a look at them. just get yes/no, and something liking to an executive summary. >> bbc.in/1FR9JAh - The UK has a serious shortage of affordable homes. Lesley Curwen asks whether the current system - where councils do deals with developers to provide cheaper homes - is working. [...] in transparent, not accountable, no inclusion of community/tax payer. abuse of the system & situation. writing their own rules. knowing they have the leverage/upper hand due to the shortage and pressure put on councils by public due to shortage. the new-smaller bankster! Out come additional/more cost for everyone due all this. This is not a market. This is a one way game, again. Like the bank bailout was. either you bail us out on our conditions or you go down with us. // &! Why can't the UK build 240,000 houses a year? - bbc.in/1xjHHTi // &! bit.ly/17zBXQv - The housing crisis in charts &! bit.ly/1Nboz5Y &! bit.ly/1t4PWYh
social  housing  affordable  housing  UK  austerity  Tories  Conservative  Party  neoliberalism  neoliberal  exploitation  lobbyist  lobby  Lobbying  homeownership  Generationengerechtigkeit  generation  rent  fairness  Career  Politicians  No  Representation  social  contract  working  poor  Precariat  Help  to  Buy  Scheme  shared  economic  interest  disposable  income  discretionary  spending  long-term  view  long-term  thinking  property  bubble  mortgage  market  2015  segregation  social  cleansing  gentrification  Gentrified  urban  planning  urbanisation  social  cohesion  social  tension  political  theory  wage  stagnation  wage  growth  economic  history  Supply  and  Demand  Demand  and  Supply  bureaucracy 
september 2015 by asterisk2a
Dan Ariely: Why The Next Market Downturn May Quickly Become A Full-Blown Panic - YouTube
free self-regulated market where winner take all - creates adverse outcomes. //<< Book - The Darwin Economy: Liberty, Competition, and the Common Good by Robert H. Frank - Competition can be devastating if it is about winner take all !!! - youtu.be/hmbfK​DvDrJI - via Dan Ariely // // !!! QE - reflate - hope and pray confidence will come back and economy roars back to health. did not happen. // poverty trap // trend continues w inequality, // post-racial America // inability to get out of bad situation // under banked, payday loan // studies have shown, Americans imagine/think of their countries more equal and just than Sweden // (1) create new financial institution, retail banking serving people (not making 15% profit p/a to give it to share holders even demanding more) like Sparkassen // (2) reform education // (stop damaging) narrative of invisible hand - getting the best out of people // national identity // sense of agency !!!
inequality  QE  competitive  competition  winner  take  all  monopoly  monopsony  book  shared  economic  interest  common  good  Dan  Ariely  China  credit  bubble  ZIRP  NIRP  business  confidence  consumer  confidence  equity  bubble  speculative  bubbles  Super  Rich  1%  asset  bubble  faultlines  structural  imbalance  Impediments  Gini  coefficient  social  mobility  income  mobility  poverty  trap  child  poverty  poverty  USA  UK  Europe  austerity  recovery  2015  social  cohesion  social  tension  social  contract  welfare  state  social  safety  net  education  policy  skill-biased  technological  change  skills  gap  western  world  post-racial  America  Jim  Crow  working  poor  squeezed  middle  class  Sozialer  Abstieg  Germany  food  poverty  budget2015  fairness  Generationengerechtigkeit  Privileged  Toff  Establishment  Public  Services  Services  society  racial  segregation  gentrification  Gentrified  class  segregation  urbanisation  urban  planning  social  housing  affordable  housing  Lügenpresse  manufactured  consent  corporate  media  corporate  state  propaganda  populism  stigma  self-regulation  deregulation  Wall  Street  invisible  hand  crony  capitalism  profit  maximisation  shareholder  value  bank  bailout  TBTF  too  big  to  bail  too  big  to  jail  meritocra 
august 2015 by asterisk2a
Immobilien: Wohnungspreise steigen schneller als die Mieten - SPIEGEL ONLINE
In Relation zum Kaufpreis lässt sich in diesen Städten mit den Mieteinnahmen bisweilen kaum noch Rendite erwirtschaften. Viele Käufer werden offenbar allein von der Aussicht auf weitere Preissteigerungen angelockt - die klassische Definition einer Spekulationsblase.
hunt  for  yield  fear  anxiety  Betongold  Beton  Gold  Germany  speculative  bubbles  speculative  property  bubble  ZIRP  NIRP  QE  asset  allocation  ECB  recovery  sovereign  debt  crisis  PIGS  economic  history  Europe  gentrification  Gentrified  Berlin  urbanisation  urban  planning  ROI 
may 2015 by asterisk2a
The Facebook Effect (On Real Estate Prices) | TechCrunch
The Wall Street Journal had a story on this yesterday: space is so tight that tech companies are paying north of $90 a square foot in Mountain View. Those are Manhattan skyscraper prices for 1980s-era suburban office parks. It is like running the entire industry on the physical equivalent of MS-DOS. You can either scale the physical infrastructure of the region or you can move the jobs. I favor doing both, but it seems obvious that the world is on an inexorable path towards mass urbanization and that the type of creative and collaborative work done in the industry today favors density. The younger generation in tech understands that in a knowledge-based economy, the value of what is created in Silicon Valley both economically and culturally is in the network. It depends upon who we can bring and include here — not in physical assets like a piece of land or a home. [...] elastic housing supply is supportive of economic growth, especially urban/metropolitan areas of dense eco activity
Silicon  Valley  Berlin  Start-Up  Scene  Network  Networking  ecosystem  synergy  economic  history  London  London  Scene  economics  housing  market  urban  planning  urbanisation  San  Francisco  Berlin  gentrification  Gentrified  social  housing  affordable  housing 
may 2015 by asterisk2a
Regeneration Game | VICE | United Kingdom
In the run up to the 2015 general election, a war is going on for the right to live in London. Rapid gentrification – praised as "regeneration" by local councils and property developers, derided as "social cleansing" by critics – is breaking up established communities. In some cases, families who've lived in London for generations are left homeless; in others, they are forced to move across the city or out of it completely. Meanwhile, the real estate opportunities are making lots of people – many of whom do not actually live in London – very rich.
London  affordable  housing  urbanisation  urban  planning  gentrification  Gentrified  speculative  bubbles  asset  bubble  Super  Rich  1%  precarious  work  Precariat  QE  ZIRP  NIRP  living  wage  poverty  No  Representation 
april 2015 by asterisk2a
Don't Be Awful: Former SF Bay Guardian Editor Tim Redmond - YouTube
end of talk >> "how we respond to economic disruption without human disruption" << also universal basic income &! money talks, not democracy and long-term views &! // via - http://pando.com/2015/02/17/the-anti-tech-backlash-is-over-now-lets-talk-san-francisco-housing/ "The “Anti-Tech Backlash” is over, now let’s talk San Francisco housing" &! &! commuting is a bad thing; (1) greenhouse gases, (2) time consuming (3) stress (4) lost productivity &! &! profit maximisation - building +2m a piece condos vs 250-500k houses // also! companies get generous tax breaks (like in london via tax loopholes, tax evasion/tax avoidance not being challenged by HMRC) they don't need!!! &! &! &! http://pando.com/2012/12/01/san-francisco-can-become-a-world-capital-first-it-needs-to-get-over-itself/
San  Francisco  commuting  commuter  Los  Angeles  Start-Up  Scene  Berlin  Start-Up  Scene  Gentrified  gentrification  cost  of  living  capitalism  profit  maximisation  Silicon  Valley  realestate  regulators  speculative  bubbles  speculation  speculative  Career  Politicians  Policy  Makers  short-term  thinking  short-term  view  No  Representation  democracy  Gini  coefficient  poverty  error  folly  California  fairness  Universal  Basic  Income  disruption  urban  planning  Future  of  Work  Software  Is  Eating  The  World  Robotics  automation  algorithm  AI  artificial  intelligence  augmented  intelligence  inequality  inequality  workless  underemployed  knowledge  worker  White-collar  squeezed  middle  class  Blue-collar  working  poor  labour  economics  labour  market  Share  Economy 
february 2015 by asterisk2a
Video "Terror im Kiez - Linksextreme bedrohen Zugezogene" | Kontraste | ARD Mediathek
Links-Extreme Szene/Links Autonomen - << Aufruf zur Gewalt als akt der "Notwehr." Verdrengungsprozess. Kampf ueber ein Grossherrschaft ueber ein Gebiet.
Berlin  Berlin  Start-Up  Scene  Gentrified  gentrification  radicalism  extremism  Kreuzberg  Asylbewerber  Career  Politicians  No  Representation  symptom  urbanisation  Zivilgesellschaft  gesellschaft  history  European 
february 2015 by asterisk2a
A Conversation on Future Urbanism, Tech Hubs | TechCrunch
I think in summary, neither system is able to stop gentrification or displacement. But New York’s regional integration and better transit make for a more dynamically adjusting system where residents have to continuously (or constantly) re-evaluate their cost of living. In contrast, San Francisco’s orientation of growth control might help it a smaller-town feel. But market-rate rents can climb dramatically with even a modest amount of population growth, while elderly and longstanding tenants can end up in a pretty jarring and tragic situation if they face an owner move-in or Ellis Act eviction. If they are displaced, the San Francisco Bay Area has a weaker and less integrated transit system. That means displaced tenants can end up with a multi-hour commute, which is deeply disruptive to family and community life and on access to jobs.
urbanisation  urban  planning  city  living  transportation  public  transportation  quality  of  life  living  standard  living  spaces  cost  of  living  NYC  Berlin  San  Francisco  Gentrified  gentrification  long-term  thinking  long-term  view  infrastructure  investment  affordable  housing 
october 2014 by asterisk2a
The Pressures Driving Adaptive Re-Use and Silicon Valley’s Strange Reverse Commute | TechCrunch
[... It wouldnt be all that bad if public transportation and infrastructure would be up to par with the ambitions of the inhabitants ...] If the city doesn’t revisit the caps, there will continue to be intense pressure and competition for existing space in old buildings, which will push out lower paying tenants. Tech may spill over into Oakland’s downtown district, where office vacancy rates hover at 15.5 percent compared to San Francisco’s 10.6 percent rate, which is the lowest nationwide behind New York and Portland. If current trends hold, commercial real estate firm Cassidy Turley says San Francisco’s vacancy rates may dip to 5 percent by year-end, driving rents higher. If the city does revisit the caps — which will not affect office supply for years in any case – the region will have to figure out housing for all those workers too. Tough choices loom ahead.
San  Francisco  Silicon  Valley  Palo  Alto  Mountain  View  Gentrified  gentrification  urban  planning  urbanisation  Oakland  infrastructure  investment  infrastructure  public  transportation  Policy  Makers  Career  Politicians 
july 2014 by asterisk2a
Population growth boosting Berlin’s rental market | OPP Connect
As Berlin's population steadily rises, its rental market skyrockets. "Boomtown Berlin," Germany's largest city, has attracted higher demand and overseas investors. However, the city is unable to keep up: only 10,000 flats were built with a population growth of 100,000.
Berlin  Berlin  Start-Up  Scene  urban  urbanisation  urban  planning  hunt  for  yield  Gentrified  2014  Supply  and  Demand  Demand  and  Supply 
may 2014 by asterisk2a
Hamburg, München, Berlin: Mieten in Großstädten steigen weiter - SPIEGEL ONLINE
Ursache sei vor allem die Wohnungsknappheit in den Städten, in die immer mehr Menschen zögen. Die Entwicklung gebe es aber bereits seit einigen Jahren. "Nach mehreren Jahrzehnten stagnierender Immobilienpreise befindet sich der deutsche Immobilienmarkt seit 2010 in einer Boomphase", teilte das Institut mit. Die höchsten Mietpreissteigerungen habe es seit Anfang 2010 in Berlin, München, Freiburg, Ulm und Wolfsburg gegeben.
unintended  consequences  ZIRP  Beton  Gold  QE  hunt  for  yield  asset  bubble  speculative  bubbles  Germany  NIRP  negative  real  interest  rate  ECB  2013  urbanisation  Gentrified  urban  planning  demographics  demography  Demographic 
december 2013 by asterisk2a
Der Marxist und Geograph David Harvey über das Recht auf Stadt - SPIEGEL ONLINE
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gentrification >> "Urbanisierung ist ein Kanal, durch den überschüssiges Kapital fließt, um die Städte für die Oberschicht neu zu bauen. Ein machtvoller Prozess, der neu definiert, worum es in Städten geht, wer dort leben darf und wer nicht. Und er definiert die Lebensqualität in Städten nach den Maßgaben des Kapitals, nicht nach denen der Menschen." << unintended consequences froom NIRP, QE, ZIRP
Proletariat  Gentrified  class-warfare  Politics  Gentrification  city  living  unintended  consequences  neoliberal  comparative  advantage  urban  planning  subprime  political  folly  competitiveness  credit  bubble  policy  error  policy  folly  QE  NIRP  economic  history  working  poor  urbanisation  property  bubble  political  error  metropolitan  life  ZIRP  middle  class  book  Gentrifzierung  class  warfare  competition 
may 2013 by asterisk2a

related tags

1%  Abstieg  abuse  accountability  advantage  affordability  affordable  agency  agglomeration  AI  air  AirBnB  alcohol  alcoholism  algorithm  all  allocation  Allowance  alternative  Alto  America  and  Angel  Angeles  antitrust  anxiety  Apartment  apathy  Ariely  artificial  asset  Asylbewerber  augmented  Aussteiger  austerity  authority  automation  Autonomy  avoidance  babyboomers  bail  bailout  balance  bank  Banlieue  Basic  being  Berlin  Beschaffungskriminalität  Beton  Betongold  big  binge  Blue-collar  bonus  bonuses  book  BRIC  bubble  bubbles  budget2015  bureaucracy  burn  burnout  business  Buy  California  Cameron  campaign  Capital  capitalism  capitalist  card  care  Career  cartel  centralbanks  CEO  change  child  China  city  class  class-warfare  cleansing  code  coefficient  cohesion  common  community  commute  commuter  commuting  comparative  competition  competitive  competitiveness  complex  confidence  consent  consequences  Conservative  constituency  consumer  consumerism  consumerist  contract  Contractor  coping  corporate  cortisol  cost  Crabb  credit  crime  crisis  crony  Crow  Cuvry  Cuvryhöfe  Dan  David  debt  demand  democracy  Demographic  demographics  demography  deprivation  deregulation  Disabled  discretionary  disposable  disruption  distortion  distribution  dogma  double  drinking  Duncan  DWP  Eating  ECB  economic  economics  economies  Economy  ecosystem  education  election  employment  Entitlement  entry  environment  equity  error  Establishment  Europe  European  evasion  exploitation  exploited  extremism  fairness  fault  faultlines  fear  filter  financial  folly  FOMO  food  for  Francisco  free  Future  gap  general  generation  Generationengerechtigkeit  gentrification  Gentrified  Gentrifzierung  George  Germany  gesellschaft  Gini  Gold  good  GP  Grant  Greed  growth  hand  health  Help  history  homeless  homelessness  homeownership  hot-money  household  housing  hunt  Iain  ideology  imbalance  Impediments  in  incentive  income  inequality  infrastructure  insecurity  intelligence  interest  investment  Investor  invisible  Is  isolation  jail  Jim  job  Jobs  JSA  knowledge  Kreuzberg  labour  Leadership  liberal  life  lines  living  lobby  Lobbying  lobbyist  lohndumping  London  long-term  Los  lottery  low  Lügenpresse  Maintenance  Makers  manufactured  market  Marktwirtschaft  materialism  maximisation  maximization  mechanism  media  mega  mental  meritocracy  meritocratic  metropolitan  Micro  middle  minimalism  minimalismus  mobility  monopoly  monopsony  mortgage  Mountain  multi-purpose  negative  neoconservatism  neoconservatives  neoliberal  neoliberalism  net  Network  Networking  New  NHS  Niedriglohnsektor  NIRP  No  noise  NYC  Oakland  of  oligarchy  oligopol  oligopoly  Osborne  output  ownership  Palo  part-time  Party  pay  Perspektivlosigkeit  PIGS  planning  plutocracy  policy  political  Politicians  Politics  pollution  poor  populism  post  post-racial  poverty  Precariat  precarious  prison–industrial  Privileged  productive  productivity  profit  Proletariat  promises  propaganda  property  protection  psychology  public  QE  quality  race  racial  radicalism  rat  rate  real  realestate  Rechtsruck  recovery  redistribution  reform  regulators  Reich  rent  Representation  Rich  Richard  risk  Robert  Robotics  ROI  Round  runway  safety  San  sanctions  Scene  Scheme  Sector  secular  security  Seed  segregation  Selbstbestimmung  selbstbewusstsein  Selbstdarstellung  Selbstoptimierung  self-actualization  self-care  self-direction  self-employment  Self-esteem  self-help  self-medication  self-regulation  sense  Service  Services  Share  shared  shareholder  short-term  Silicon  Skidelsky  skill  skill-biased  skills  Skyscraper  Slavoj  Smith  social  society  sociology  Software  sovereign  Soziale  Sozialer  Sozialpolitik  spaces  speculation  speculative  spending  squeezed  stagnation  standard  Start-Up  state  status  Stephen  stigma  Street  structural  Student  subculture  subprime  substance  Super  Supply  symptom  synergy  take  tax  TBTF  technological  tension  The  theory  thinking  to  Toff  too  Tories  transparency  transport  transportation  trap  trickle-down  turnout  UK  underemployed  underinvestment  unemployment  unintended  Universal  urban  urbanisation  USA  Valley  value  values  Venture  vested  view  voter  vulnerable  wage  Wall  warfare  warrenbuffet  WCA  welfare  well  Wertegesellschaft  western  Westminster  white-collar  winner  Wolff  work  worker  working  workless  workplace  world  yield  York  youth  ZIRP  Zivilgesellschaft  zombie  Žižek 

Copy this bookmark:



description:


tags: