CEE Review: Startup cities | Saving Detroit entrepreneurially | Does Power Corrupt? | Billy Yeatts, and more

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Our new Kaizen interview with Argentine entrepreneur Billy Yeatts. This one could be subtitled entrepreneurship from Buenos Aires to Tierra del Fuego to Houston and Bolivia and more.

Making local politics entrepreneurial: Zachary Carceres and the start-up cities project. CityLab.com. Detroit-rebirth

The Economist: No One Expected Latin America To Slow Down Like This.

Two economists at Johnson and Wales University on Uber, Lyft, and the effect of barriers to entry on consumers. Mercatus.

And P. J. O’Rourke has a plan to save Detroit: turn it into Hong Kong. Related: Hong Kong’s #1 status in the Index of Economic Freedom.

Why Power Does Not Corrupt. It’s Character That Matters Most. Stephen Hicks at The Good Life.


Unique venue — an academic conference on a cruise: First International Conference on Medical Ethics, Healthcare Systems & Global Business Issues At Sea.Thomas_Paine Sailing from Miami in June 2015.

Idea: “We have it in our power to begin the world over again.” Thomas Paine

See you next time with our digest of new and interesting items in entrepreneurship, ethics, and political economy. Here are the previous editions of CEE Review.

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