A thorough guide to all the informative, insightful, and inspiring works that ignited our interest in realizing a RadicalxChange vision for the future.
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Marina Finley et al., "RadicalxChange Students: Fighting For Our Future"
Matthew Prewitt, "What Are Institutions?", "Radical Markets And The Question Of Rational Design"
Erik Olin Wright, "How to Be an Anticapitalist Today"
E. Glen Weyl, "RadicalxChange: An Academic Agenda"
Ananya Chakravarti, "A History for the Future: Radical Markets and the Work of History"
Nicole Immorlica et al., "Equality of Power and Fair Public Decision-Making"
Charlotte Cavaillé et al., "A Decision Theoretic Approach to Understanding Survey Response: Likert vs. Quadratic Voting for Attitudinal Research"
Lee Anne Fennell, "Property Attachments"
Daniel Hemel, "Audits, Markets, and Patents"
Zoë Hitzig et al., "The Technological Politics of Mechanism Design"
Matthew Prewitt, "Ownership and Punishment"
Katrina Miriam Wyman, "Property in Radical Markets"
Vitalik Buterin, “On Radical Markets”
Vitalik Buterin and E. Glen Weyl, “Liberation Through Radical Decentralization”
Eric Ries, The Lean Startup, Introduction; MIT Technology Review, “Why Startups are Struggling” (June 15, 2016)
Ruha Benjamin, Race After Technology
David Quarfoot et al., “Quadratic Voting in the Wild”
C.K. Prahalad and Stuart L. Hart, “The Fortune at the Bottom of the Pyramid”
Arvind Narayanan et al., Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency Technologies: A Comprehensive Introduction, Preface (Chapter 1 is a nice introduction for those more technically-oriented)
S.A. Hissam et al., “Trust and vulnerability in open source software”
Boots Riley, Sorry to Bother You
Mary Pilon, The Monopolists, Chapters 3, 5 and 10
Simon de la Rouviere, "This Artwork Is Always On Sale"
Leo Tolstoy, What Is Art?
Ernest Cline, Ready Player One
Gareth Stedman Jones, Karl Marx: Greatness and Illusion, Prologue, Chapter 12 and Epilogue; Robert Skidelsky, John Maynard Keynes: 1883-1946, Chapter 28 and Epilogue; Ayn Rand, Atlas Shrugged; and Jennifer Burns, Goddess of the Market, Introduction, Chapter 9 and Epilogue
David Dayen, "The Radicalization of Fiona Scott Morton" (May 23, 2019); Matthew Yglesias, “Democrats push for a new era of antitrust enforcement, explained” (July 31, 2017)
Sarah Lyall, “Who Strikes Fear Into Silicon Valley? Margrethe Vestager, Europe’s Antitrust Enforcer” (May 5, 2018); Paul Kirby, “Margrethe Vestager– Denmark’s EU ‘tax lady’ taking on corporate giants” (July 18, 2018); also watch or read about the TV series “Borgen”
Arthur Sweetman, “Canada’s Immigration System: Lessons for Europe?”; The Economist, “No Country for Old Men” (January 8, 2015) and the NY Times, “Canada’s Ruthlessly Smart Immigration Policy” (June 28, 2017)
Jonathan Burston et al., “Digital Labour: Workers, Authors, Citizens”; Meredith Whittaker, "Onward! Another #GoogleWalkout Goodbye"; Reuters, “Facebook users unite! 'Data Labour Union' launches in Netherlands”
Nathan Schneider and Sandeep Vaheesan, "There's Mote Than One Way to Fight a Monopoly" (Aug 11, 2019)
Daniel Yergin and Joseph Stanislaw, The Commanding Heights, Introduction and Chapter 4
Cheryl Schonhard-Bailey, From Corn Laws to Free Trade, Introduction and Conclusion
Bentley Brinkerhoff Gilbert, “David Lloyd George: Land, the Budget, and Social Reform”
Marie-Claire Bergère, Sun Yat-Sen, Introduction and Chapters 10-11
Angus Burgin, The Great Persuasion, especially Introduction and Conclusion
Georg Simmel, Soziologie; James C. Scott, Seeing Like a State
Nicole Immorlica et al., "Verifying Identity as a Social Intersection"; Zoë Hitzig and E. Glen Weyl, “A Crossroads, not an Island: A Response to Hanoch Dagan”
Lucas Geiger et al., "Motivating The Case For Decentralized Social Identity: Part One; Part Two; Part Three
The Economist, “Establishing identity is a vital, risky and changing business” (Dec 18, 2018)
William S. Vickrey, “Counterspeculation, Auctions and Competitive Sealed Tenders”
Nancy Fraser, “From Progressive Neoliberalism to Trump – and Beyond”
Brodwyn Fischer, Cities from Scratch, Chapter 1 (A Century in the Present Tense)
Milton Friedman, Capitalism and Freedom, Introduction
Abba Lerner, Economics of Control, Introduction: The Controlled Economy
Anthony Giddens, The Third Way, Chapter 1 (Socialism and After)
Ronald Dworkin, “What is Equality? Equality of Resources”
Branko Milanovic, Global Inequality, Introduction and Chapter 5 (What’s Next?)
Robert Gordon, The Rise and Fall of American Growth, Introduction
Cas Mudde and Cristóbal Rovira Kaltwasser, “Exclusionary vs. Inclusionary Populism”
Jan Eeckhoutand Jan de Loecker, “The Rise of Market Power and Macroeconomic Implications”
Marion Fourcade, Economists and Societies, Introduction
Michael Sandel, What Money Can’t Buy, Introduction
G.A. Cohen, Why Not Socialism?
The Economist, “The Economist at 175” (September 13, 2018)
Henry George, Progress and Poverty, Introduction and Chapters 11, 19, 23, 25-26, 31
Léon Walras, “On Property”
Arun Sundararajan, The Sharing Economy, Introduction
Paul Milgrom et al., “Redesigning Spectrum Licenses”
Mary Pillon, The Monopolists, Chapter 1
Thucydides, History of the Peloponnesian War, Book 8; Alexis de Tocqueville, Democracy in America, Volume 2, Part 4, Chapter 7a; and Hannah Arendt, The Origins of Totalitarianism
Albert O. Hirschman, Shifting Involvements, Chapters 7-8
Richard J. Evans, The Coming of the Third Reich, Chapter 4
Vitalik Buterin et al., “Liberal Radicalism: A Flexible Design for Philanthropic Matching Funds”; Vitalik Buterin, "Pairwise Coordination Subsidies"
Chantal Mouffe, Agonistics; Danielle Allen, "Towards a Connected Society"
Astra Taylor, What is Democracy?
Alisha Holland, “Square Miles”
Sherman Lee, “Quadratic Voting: A New Way to Govern Blockchains for Enterprises” and Rachel Rose O’Leary, “Experimental Voting Effort Aims to Break Ethereum Governance Gridlock”
Eric A. Posner and E. Glen Weyl, “Quadratic Voting and the Public Good: Introduction”
William J. Bernstein, A Splendid Exchange, Introduction
Branko Milanovic, Global Inequality, Chapters 3 (Inequality Among Countries) and 5 (What’s Next?)
Michael Clemens, Walls of Nations, Introduction
Reihan Salam, Good Fences, Introduction
Dani Rodrik, Straight Talk on Trade, Preface and Chapter 1
Jens Hainmueller and Daniel J. Hopkins, “Public Attitudes Towards Immigration”
Adam Ozimek et al., "Could a Heartland Visa Help Struggling Regions?"
José Azar et al., “Anti-Competitive Effects of Common Ownership”
Ronald J. Gilson and Jeffrey N. Gordon, “The Agency Cost of Agency Capitalism”
Eric Posner et al., “A Proposal for Limiting the Anticompetitive Power of Institutional Investors”
Suresh Naidu et al., “Antitrust Remedies for Labor Market Power”
Fiona Scott Morton and Herbert Hovenkamp, "Horizontal Shareholding and Antitrust Policy"
David Baqaee and Emmanuel Farhi, “Productivity and Misallocation in General Equilibrium”
White House Council of Economic Advisors, “Benefits of Competition and Indicators of Market Power”
Janith Arzane, “DG Comp Looking into Institutional Investors, says Vestager” (February 19, 2018)
Wall Street Journal, "Bogle Sounds a Warning on Index Funds" (November 29, 2018), The Economist, “Taming the Tech Titans” (January 18, 2018) and “Into the Danger Zone” (June 2, 2018), Financial Times, "Common ownership of shares faces regulatory scrutiny" (January 22, 2019)
Jaron Lanier, Who Owns the Future?, Introduction to the paperback edition
M Eifler and Vi Hart, "Data Dignity at RadicalxChange"; Vi Hart, "Changing my Mind about AI, Universal Basic Income, and the Value of Data"; M Eifler, "Certified Sustainable: USDA Organic, LEED Platinum, and the future of ethical AI" and "Trained Trust: A two-way, refereed feedback mechanism for on-demand work"
Mark Aguiar et al., “Leisure Luxuries and the Labor Supply of Young Men”
The Economist, “The World’s Most Valuable Resource” (May 6, 2017), “How to Tame The Tech Titans” (January 18, 2018), and “What if People Were Paid for their Data?” (July 7, 2018); Wired, "AI Needs Your Data — and You Should Get Paid for It" (August 8, 2019)
European Commission, “General Data Protection Regulations”
Julie Cohen, “The Biopolitical Public Domain”
Michael Haupt, “Introducing Personal Data Exchanges and the Personal Data Economy”
Hulu, “Handmaid’s Tale”, Season 1
Bryan Singer, “X2”
Eric A. Posner and E. Glen Weyl, “Democracy Squared”
Marion Fourcade and Kieran Healy, “Moral Views of Market Societies”
Erik Brynjolfsson and Andrew McAfee, The Second Machine Age, Chapters 1 and 15
Albert O. Hirschman, “Rival Views of Market Society”
John Kenneth Galbraith, The Affluent Society, Introduction to the Fortieth Anniversary Edition and Chapters 1 and 17-18
Cosma Shalizi, “In Soviet Union, Optimization Problem Solves You”
Fredrich Hayek, “The Use of Knowledge in Society”
Ludwig Von Mises, “Economic Calculation in the Socialist Commonwealth”
Oskar Lange, “The Computer and the Market”
Francis Spufford, Red Plenty
Eden Medina, Cybernetic Revolutionaries, Prologue and Introduction
Leonard Read, “I, Pencil”