Human Resources from a Finance Professional
Followup to last post on Human Resources from an Economics/Modeling perspective
Thomas Piketty: I always exclude what economists call (unfortunately, to my mind) “human capital,” which consists of an individual’s labor power, skills, training, and abilities. (Capital in the Twenty First Century.)
The Right Tools: Some time ago my brother-in-law did not have his buzz saw so he improvised by attaching the saw blade to a sander. The results were predictable, with a real cool scar as a bonus. Choosing the right tool is important wherever tools are used.
BIO: This is my first post. (Aside: I developed my first website in 1990 but have not stayed current.) Formal training and extensive experience in: Philosophy, Finance, Small Business, Politics, Accounting Hydrocarbon Mud Logging (I know what the Bakken shale is when it comes up in the news) Blog topics: Economics: Study of the Allocation of Resources Finance: The Language… Read more »