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The Nature of ValueHow to Invest in the Adaptive Economy$
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Nick Gogerty

Print publication date: 2014

Print ISBN-13: 9780231162449

Published to Columbia Scholarship Online: November 2015

DOI: 10.7312/columbia/9780231162449.001.0001

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The Nature of Value Allocation

The Nature of Value Allocation

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(p.301) Chapter Fifteen The Nature of Value Allocation
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The Nature of Value
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Nick Gogerty

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Columbia University Press
DOI:10.7312/columbia/9780231162449.003.0015

The nature of value approach to investing informs the allocator's understanding of economic value flows, from the smallest unit of information (the ino) to seeing the entire interconnected economic network acting as one of evolution's adaptive network panarchies creating ever-increasing energy dissipation capacities. There are some practical ways a nature of value approach can improve allocating success. This chapter presents some thoughts on the implications for allocators. Going back full circle to Chapter 1, it uses the nature of value approach to further explore the relationship between money, value, and price, and show what this means in the face of large-scale economic shocks, such as debt or fiscal policy-driven inflation and deflation.

Keywords:   economy, networked system, nature value approach, economic system, money, value, price, economic shocks

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