The guest for this episode is Kary Bheemaiah. Kary is a researcher, lecturer, writer, technology consultant based in Paris.
Kary has recently published a book, ‘The Blockchain Alternative: Rethinking Macroeconomic Policy and Economic Theory’ that explores the macroeconomic implications of the blockchain.
His other writings have been published in WIRED, Harvard Business Review, and Les Echos among others.
He is currently the head of research at Uchange.co, a mentor at StartupBootCamp, a Research Associate with Cambridge University and a visiting lecturer at ESCP and GEM.
Topics covered in this conversation include: complexity economics, generalism, blockchain, and fractional banking.
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Complexity and the Economy – W. Brian Arthur
Between Debt and the Devil: Money, Credit, and Fixing Global Finance – Adair
Soul Machine: The Invention of the Modern – Mind George Makari
Consilience – Edward O. Wilson
Complexity and Evolution – Max Pettersson
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