[Wikimedia-l] 'Periodic Table of Economics': Mapping the Global Economy
nawrich at gmail.com
Wed Jun 19 01:33:56 UTC 2013
Hi Alex, just curious - since you refer to yourself as an economist,
what institution(s) are you affiliated with?
And can you explain how writing "Economy of X" articles, no matter how
detailed, will solve the problem of uneven resource distribution
around the world?
On Tue, Jun 18, 2013 at 9:13 PM, Alex Peek <alexpeek1 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Project Home page: https://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Global_Economic_Map
> The goal of my project is create the *periodic table* for economics
> readable to laypersons. To my knowledge, no other economist has attempted
> to make a 'periodic table' for economics. I am using Wikipedia as a
> platform for this project to gain recognition.
> I demand that my project gets global attention. I cannot emphasize how
> important this is. The current political leadership has shown incapable of
> addressing our current problems. Change is needed. A new economic
> perspective is needed. This project will enable the voting public to
> clearly see the injustices of today's world economy.
> I feel morally responsible to stand on top of a mountain and yell for
> attention. My intentions are altruistic. People are dying of starvation
> everyday and I will not shut up until they have food. We must build schools
> in developing countries with taxpayer money in rich countries. We have the
> power to fix a lot of the world's problems if we only allocated our
> resources properly.
> I have listed below draft article that I have been working on (not
> finished). Please check them out. I would love any help I can get.
> 1. United States:
> 2. China:
> 3. Japan:
> 4. Germany:
> 5. France:
> 6. Brazil:
> 7. United Kingdom
> 8. Italy
> 9. India
> 10. Russia
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