Eine Frage der Freiheit

Warum ich gegen eine (hohe) Erbschaftsteuer bin? Weil der Mensch selbst bestimmen sollte, wem er, wenn er stirbt, sein Eigentum übergibt. Why I am against (high) inheritance taxation? Because each person should decide for themselves who becomes, in case of death, the new owner of his property. It’s a matter of freedom!

“The way we train teachers is fundamentally broken in this country.”

David Levin, a former teacher who co-founded, with Mike Feinberg, KIPP, the Knowledge is Power Program.rom at Freakonomics “Is America’s Education Problem Really Just a Teacher Problem?“: The way we train teachers is fundamentally broken in this country. And I think that’s true on three levels. So one, it’s disproportionately theory-based. And so you’ll learnContinue reading ““The way we train teachers is fundamentally broken in this country.””

“The curious task of economics is to demonstrate to men how little they really know about what they imagine they can design.” F. A. Hayek

When mass production was a promise

“His style in architecture and consumer goods was to be functional, cheap and consistent with mass production.” #bauhaus Beeing at the Bauhaus Archiv in Berlin it is interesting to see and read that it is just about a hundred years ago, when “mass production” was a promise for a better life.

Consequences of progress

“Since 1970, the number of accident victims has continually declined.” (seen in the Spectrum Science Center, Berlin) Join the Pixeloekonom on Facebook, follow him on Twitter, Instagram and Google+ or subscribe via RSS.

Looks healthy … just looks healthy #Starbucks

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