r/economy is for news and discussion of the economy and economics – worldwide, national, and local. Markets, stock news, currency news, trade talks, industry news, and pretty much anything else related to the economy including economic theories and models. There are different types – if you want to discuss how laissez-faire economics compares to market socialism, or neoliberal economics vs. mercantilism, you can do that here. Neoclassical economics, Chicago School, Austrian School, Keynesian, Periphery/Core Analysis, Marxist, and everything in between, are all legitimate topics. Everyone is welcome no matter where you live or where you're from.
This is not a partisan or political sub. However, economics and politics are highly interrelated. There is an academic discipline called Political Economy. Political factors tend to determine economic outcomes. So attempts to split the two subjects are usually unsuccessful. Politics is generally going to leak into any discussion about money and economics. That's unavoidable and is perfectly ok.
That being said, there are rules in the sidebar. Everyone has had plenty of time to read them. From now on, they will be more strictly enforced. Anyone attempting to discredit sources and/or derail discussions by crying "propaganda", "state-owned media", "You're a bot", etc, is risking a ban.
In addition, anyone expressing support for the terrorist in Christchurch yesterday, or previous such terrorist attacks, or any copycat attacks in the future, will be banned. There's no place for that here.
Submitted March 15, 2019 at 06:06PM by ShortIncident
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