Platt Perspective on Business and Technology

Macroeconomics and business 2

This is a continuation page for my ongoing collection of postings and series related to macroeconomics and business. Much of the focus of the postings and series presented here has involved the economics and macroeconomics of information. So of necessity, this directory has, and I add will continue to include information on information security, and from both a business and business economy, and a government and international perspective.

This directory in its now two pages of listings, connects very directly into the threads of discussion developed and presented through my Business Strategy and Operations directory (and see its Page 2 and Page 3 continuations.) And these discussions also connect directly into those of my Ubiquitous Computing and Communications – everywhere all the time directory (and see its Page 2 continuation too.) And you can find the first 200 postings of this directory itself at Macroeconomics and Business .

201.China and its transition imperatives 12.6: an inserted news update re Hong Kong, act 2.
202. Developing strategy from a solid foundation 4: a case study example of the consequences of a priori underlying assumptions 3.
203. Innovation, disruptive innovation and market volatility 6: modeling and understanding change and innovation per se 5.
204. Building for an effective portfolio of marketable offerings 3: building an analytical tool set 2.
205. China and its transition imperatives 13: Xi Jinping’s emerging resolution to the challenge of leadership 1.
206. Developing strategy from a solid foundation 5: a case study example of the consequences of a priori underlying assumptions 4.
207. Innovation, disruptive innovation and market volatility 7: modeling and understanding change and innovation per se 6.
208. Building for an effective portfolio of marketable offerings 4: adding in crowdsourced insight.
209. China and its transition imperatives 14: Xi Jinping’s emerging resolution to the challenge of leadership 2.
210. Developing strategy from a solid foundation 6: a case study example of the consequences of a priori underlying assumptions 5.
211. Innovation, disruptive innovation and market volatility 8: modeling and understanding change and innovation per se 7.
212. Building for an effective portfolio of marketable offerings 5: meshing product portfolio offered and business model pursued 1.
213. China and its transition imperatives 15: Xi Jinping’s emerging resolution to the challenge of leadership 3.
214. Developing strategy from a solid foundation 7: a case study example of the consequences of a priori underlying assumptions 6.
215. Innovation, disruptive innovation and market volatility 9: considering the interconnected economics of product portfolios 1
216. Building for an effective portfolio of marketable offerings 6: meshing product portfolio offered and business model pursued 2.
217. China and its transition imperatives 16: Xi Jinping’s emerging resolution to the challenge of leadership 4.
218. Developing strategy from a solid foundation 8: a case study example of the consequences of a priori underlying assumptions 7
219. Innovation, disruptive innovation and market volatility 10: considering the interconnected economics of product portfolios 2.
220. China and its transition imperatives 17: Xi Jinping’s emerging resolution to the challenge of leadership 5.
221. Developing strategy from a solid foundation 9: a case study example of the consequences of a priori underlying assumptions 8.
222. Innovation, disruptive innovation and market volatility 11: standardized and customized product offerings 1.
223. China and its transition imperatives 18: Xi Jinping’s emerging China, and the challenge of his country’s emerging future 1.
224. Developing strategy from a solid foundation 10: a case study example of the consequences of a priori underlying assumptions 9.
225. Innovation, disruptive innovation and market volatility 12: standardized and customized product offerings 2.
226. China and its transition imperatives 19: Xi Jinping’s emerging China, and the challenge of his country’s emerging future 2.
227. Developing strategy from a solid foundation 11: thinking through and developing from the fundamentals.
228. Innovation, disruptive innovation and market volatility 13: reconciling standardization and customization, and product portfolio management.
229. China and its transition imperatives 19.5: China’s expanding economic bubble and a prediction for the coming year.
230. Open markets, captive markets and the assumptions of supply and demand dynamics 1.
231. China and its transition imperatives 20: Xi Jinping’s emerging China, and the challenge of his country’s emerging future 3.
232. Developing strategy from a solid foundation 12: thinking through and developing strategy from the fundamentals 1.
233. China and its transition imperatives 20.5: China’s expanding economic bubble and a prediction for the coming year, part 2.
234. Innovation, disruptive innovation and market volatility 14: 3D printing as a working example of disruptive innovation mainstreaming.
235. Open markets, captive markets and the assumptions of supply and demand dynamics 2.
236. Developing strategy from a solid foundation 13: thinking through and developing strategy from the fundamentals 2.
237. China and its transition imperatives 21: an August 17, 2015 update concerning the explosions at Tianjin.
238. Innovation, disruptive innovation and market volatility 15: considering a wider range of stakeholders 1.
239. Open markets, captive markets and the assumptions of supply and demand dynamics 3.
240. China and its transition imperatives 22: an August 25, 2015 update concerning the explosions at Tianjin.
241. China and its transition imperatives 23: a September 4, 2015 update concerning the explosions at Tianjin and their economic consequences.
242. Developing strategy from a solid foundation 14: thinking through and developing strategy from the fundamentals 3.
243. China and its transition imperatives 24: a September 12, 2015 update concerning China’s economy.
244. Innovation, disruptive innovation and market volatility 16: considering a wider range of stakeholders 2.
245. Open markets, captive markets and the assumptions of supply and demand dynamics 4.
246. China and its transition imperatives 24.5: some thoughts as to where China is headed.
247. Innovation, disruptive innovation and market volatility 17: considering a wider range of stakeholders 3.
248. Open markets, captive markets and the assumptions of supply and demand dynamics 5.
249. China and its transition imperatives 25: rethinking China’s economy and the Party and government policy that shapes it 1.
250. Innovation, disruptive innovation and market volatility 18: considering a wider range of stakeholders 4.
251. Open markets, captive markets and the assumptions of supply and demand dynamics 6.
252. Innovation, disruptive innovation and market volatility 19: considering a wider range of stakeholders 5.
253. Open markets, captive markets and the assumptions of supply and demand dynamics 7.
254. China and its transition imperatives 26: rethinking China’s economy and the Party and government policy that shapes it 2.
255. China and its transition imperatives 26.5: remembering China’s straw dogs.
256. Innovation, disruptive innovation and market volatility 20: considering a wider range of stakeholders 6.
257. China and its transition imperatives 27: rethinking China’s economy and the Party and government policy that shapes it 3.
258. Open markets, captive markets and the assumptions of supply and demand dynamics 8.
259. China and its transition imperatives 27.5: is China too big to fail?.
260. Reconsidering the Phillips curve as a general indicator of how employability is being redefined.
261. China and its transition imperatives 28: rethinking China’s economy and the Party and government policy that shapes it 4.
262. Innovation, disruptive innovation and market volatility 21: innovative development within the organization and in how it operates.
263. Open markets, captive markets and the assumptions of supply and demand dynamics 9.
264. China and its transition imperatives 29: rethinking China’s economy and the Party and government policy that shapes it 5.
265. Innovation, disruptive innovation and market volatility 22: innovative development at the business-to-business collaboration level.
266. Open markets, captive markets and the assumptions of supply and demand dynamics 10.
267. China and its transition imperatives 30: rethinking China’s economy and the Party and government policy that shapes it 6.
268. Innovation, disruptive innovation and market volatility 23: innovative development at the business-to-marketplace collaboration level 1.
269. Open markets, captive markets and the assumptions of supply and demand dynamics 11.
270. China and its transition imperatives 31: a brief orienting note on this series and on where it is headed moving forward.
271. China and its transition imperatives 32: rethinking China’s emerging trends in challenges faced and responses made, and in how each reinforces the other 1.
272. Innovation, disruptive innovation and market volatility 24: innovative development at the business-to-marketplace collaboration level 2.
273. Open markets, captive markets and the assumptions of supply and demand dynamics 12.
274. China and its transition imperatives 33: rethinking China’s emerging trends in challenges faced and responses made, and in how each reinforces the other 2.
275. Innovation, disruptive innovation and market volatility 25: innovative development at the business-to-marketplace collaboration level 3.
276. Open markets, captive markets and the assumptions of supply and demand dynamics 13.
277. China and its transition imperatives 34: rethinking China’s emerging trends in challenges faced and responses made, and in how each reinforces the other 3.
278. From Ned Ludd to Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump, and the politics of the disenfranchised: Part 2 to a brief series on political monologs, political dialogs, and the challenge of creating genuine conversation in political debate.
279. Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump, and their challenge to the breaking of the Great American Social Contract: Part 3 to a brief series on political monologs, political dialogs, and the challenge of creating genuine conversation in political debate.
280. Rethinking innovation in an age of online social media 1: What drives it? A supply and demand story.
281. Innovation, disruptive innovation and market volatility 26: innovative development at the business-to-marketplace collaboration level 4.
282. Open markets, captive markets and the assumptions of supply and demand dynamics 14.
283. China and its transition imperatives 35: rethinking China’s emerging trends in challenges faced and responses made, and in how each reinforces the other 4.
284. Rethinking innovation in an age of online social media 2: setting the stage for a fuller discussion.
285. Innovation, disruptive innovation and market volatility 27: innovative development at the business-to-marketplace collaboration level 5.
286. Open markets, captive markets and the assumptions of supply and demand dynamics 15.
287. China and its transition imperatives 36: rethinking China’s emerging trends in challenges faced and responses made, and in how each reinforces the other 5.
288. Rethinking innovation in an age of online social media 3: starting from the supply-side perspective.
289. China and its transition imperatives 37: rethinking China’s emerging trends in challenges faced and responses made, and in how each reinforces the other 6.
290. Innovation, disruptive innovation and market volatility 28: innovative development at the business-to-marketplace collaboration level 6.
291. Donald Trump, the Republican Party, and lessons from the Whig Party. Part 4 to a brief series on political monologs, political dialogs, and the challenge of creating genuine conversation in political debate.
292. Rethinking innovation in an age of online social media 4: reframing demand-side and supply-side perspectives in general terms.
293. China and its transition imperatives 38: rethinking China’s emerging trends in challenges faced and responses made, and in how each reinforces the other 7.
294. Innovation, disruptive innovation and market volatility 29: innovative development at the business-to-marketplace collaboration level 7.
295. Thoughts on the state of politics and political discourse and action in the late 2016 United States, and of long-term consequences. Part 5 to a brief series on political monologs, political dialogs, and the challenge of creating genuine conversation in political debate.
296. China and its transition imperatives 39: rethinking China’s emerging trends and challenges in the emerging era of a United States Trump presidency.
297. Rethinking innovation in an age of online social media 5: starting from the demand-side perspective.
298. Innovation, disruptive innovation and market volatility 30: innovative development at the business-to-marketplace collaboration level 8.
299. China and its transition imperatives 40: rethinking China’s emerging trends and challenges in the emerging era of a United States Trump presidency 2.
300. China and its transition imperatives 41: rethinking China’s emerging trends and challenges in the emerging era of a United States Trump presidency 3.
301. Innovation, disruptive innovation and market volatility 31: innovative business development and the tools that drive it 1.
302. China and its transition imperatives 42: some thoughts concerning Xi Jinping’s American dilemma.
303. China and its transition imperatives 43: thinking through Xi Jinping’s current realities in a larger context 1.
304. China and its transition imperatives 44: thinking through Xi Jinping’s current realities in a larger context 2.
305. Innovation, disruptive innovation and market volatility 32: innovative business development and the tools that drive it 2.
306. China and its transition imperatives 45: thinking through Xi Jinping’s current realities in a larger context 3.
307. Reconsidering cause and effect assumptions in feedback-driven systems: implications for real-world business and economic systems planning.
308. Innovation, disruptive innovation and market volatility 33: innovative business development and the tools that drive it 3.
309. China and its transition imperatives 46: thinking through Xi Jinping’s current realities in a larger context 4.
310. Innovation, disruptive innovation and market volatility 34: innovative business development and the tools that drive it 4.
311. Innovation, disruptive innovation and market volatility 35: innovative business development and the tools that drive it 5.
312. Innovation, disruptive innovation and market volatility 36: innovative business development and the tools that drive it 6.
313. Donald Trump, Xi Jinping, and the contrasts of leadership in the 21st century – 1. Added in as a 55th installment to an ongoing series: China and Its Transition Imperatives, as listed in this directory.
314. Donald Trump, Xi Jinping, and the contrasts of leadership in the 21st century – 2. Added in as a 56th installment to an ongoing series: China and Its Transition Imperatives as listed in this directory.
315. Innovation, disruptive innovation and market volatility 37: innovative business development and the tools that drive it 7.

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