Umair Haque reminds to revisit structural problems first

The great crisis is a story of structural decline: a decline that’s hardwired into the patterns amongst this great machine’s many parts. They’ve settled, over the last three decades and more, into fundamentally bad, toxic equilibria–where speculation precedes investment, model precedes reality, management and financial jargon is a substitute for real insight, cheap talk substitutes for hard work, and indulgence has replaced inspiration.

via Umair Haque / Bubblegeneration.

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