Market fundamentalism is over, more or less, but what’s taken its place?

‘Gray and Gold’, by American painter John Rogers Cox, 1942. Its image of amber waves of grain threatened by ominous storm clouds is considered to have symbolic overtones.

We can’t continue to think that human beings are rational when they make stock market decisions when Behavioural Economics has shown us that they’re not.

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Rashmee Roshan Lall

PhD. Journalism by trade & inclination. Writer. My novel 'Pomegranate Peace' is about my year in Afghanistan. I teach journalism at university