Economics is for human beings – the law of the jungle is for animals. As a human being are you involved in making a living? In order to live, there must be “a living”, and our interest is in how this living is made; is it in accordance with human law? What is our attitude toward making a living?
This series of three discussions explores the playing out of human nature as it reveals itself in the business of making a living, and cites real examples from around the world, including;
Marna de Lange and what she did in Africa, what Roger Sworder said about work and what happened when Winston Churchill taxed a bridge.