Ökonomik als Haiku

Art Carden, Assistant Professor of Economics an der Samford University in Birmingham (Alabama, USA), hat Urlaub  auf Hokkaido – der zweitgrößten Insel Japans – gemacht und dort die kürzeste Gedichtform der Welt gelernt. Es hat sich gelohnt.

“He displays his mastery of Japanese Literati technique, which he learned during a family vacation to Hokkaido. … Carden’s brief hiatus from iconography allowed Learn Liberty to capture this timeless, furtive wisdom, given for our benefit in haiku. ” – Learn Liberty über Art Carden auf Youtube

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Published by Johannes Eber

Berlin-based economist, senior consultant at Initiative Neue Soziale Marktwirtschaft (INSM) and co-founder of the media agency Solokarpfen.

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