#### Featured | Democratic Firms

## The Neo-Abolitionist Case Against Renting People

January 17, 2015 By admin

The talk presents the arguments from inalienable rights theory in a neo-abolitionist framework as making the case against the renting of people, i.e., against the employment relation–echoing the abolitionist case against the owning of people.

## American Revolution Applied to Corporations

January 17, 2015 By admin

The basic idea of the talk was to take the fundamental principles of the American Revolution and apply them to the economic sphere.

#### Featured | Development

## Parallel Experimentation

February 5, 2014 By admin

The theme of parallel experimentation is used to recast and pull together dynamic and pluralistic theories in economics, political theory, philosophy of science, and social learning.

## Three Themes about the Mondragon cooperatives

January 1, 2014 By admin

This is a preprint of a paper developing three themes, capital structure, active learning, and spinoffs, with special attention to the Mondragon cooperatives.

#### Featured | Property Theory

## American Revolution Applied to Corporations

January 17, 2015 By admin

The basic idea of the talk was to take the fundamental principles of the American Revolution and apply them to the economic sphere.

## Double-entry Bookkeeping: The Mathematical Treatment

November 20, 2014 By admin

This publication represents success in a long struggle, stretching over three decades, to get the mathematical treatment of double-entry bookkeeping published in an accounting journal.

#### Featured | Quantum Mechanics

## Why Delayed Choice Experiments do Not imply Retrocausality

January 23, 2015 By admin

This is the on-line first version (unpaginated) of my first publication in quantum mechanics. It shows how delayed-choice experiments should be interpreted so they do not imply retrocausality.

## On Classical Finite Probability Theory As A Quantum Probability Calculus

September 18, 2014 By admin

This draft paper shows how the classical finite probability theory (with equiprobable outcomes) can be reinterpreted and recast as the quantum probability calculus of a pedagogical or “toy” model of quantum mechanics over sets (QM/sets).

#### Featured | Mathematics

## Why Delayed Choice Experiments do Not imply Retrocausality

January 23, 2015 By admin

This is the on-line first version (unpaginated) of my first publication in quantum mechanics. It shows how delayed-choice experiments should be interpreted so they do not imply retrocausality.

## Double-entry Bookkeeping: The Mathematical Treatment

November 20, 2014 By admin

This publication represents success in a long struggle, stretching over three decades, to get the mathematical treatment of double-entry bookkeeping published in an accounting journal.