Welcome to Bookmarker!

This is a personal project by @dellsystem. I built this to help me retain information from the books I'm reading. Currently can only be used by a single user (myself), but I plan to extend it to support multiple users eventually.

Source code on GitHub (MIT license).

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110

For a European Wealth Tax

on the financial crisis in Cyprus, due to its "hypertrophied banking sector"; some domestic deposits, but lots of foreign deposits (mostly Russian)

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110

For a European Wealth Tax

on the financial crisis in Cyprus, due to its "hypertrophied banking sector"; some domestic deposits, but lots of foreign deposits (mostly Russian)

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113

Slavery: Reparations Through Transparency

specifically, for descendents of slaves in French overseas territories. he notes that reparations have previously been made by governments to former slaveholders post-abolition. also that (at least in France) the main body asking for reparations isn't asking for individual payments, but for funding of research/museums/etc. in this specific context, he is pro reparations

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113

Slavery: Reparations Through Transparency

specifically, for descendents of slaves in French overseas territories. he notes that reparations have previously been made by governments to former slaveholders post-abolition. also that (at least in France) the main body asking for reparations isn't asking for individual payments, but for funding of research/museums/etc. in this specific context, he is pro reparations

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117

A New Europe to Overcome the Crisis

he has hope in Europe's social systems & its wealth (net assets--far above anyone else)

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117

A New Europe to Overcome the Crisis

he has hope in Europe's social systems & its wealth (net assets--far above anyone else)

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162

Secularism and Inequality: The French Hypocrisy

on Islamaphobia, though he never uses that word. he mentions an experiment revealing that CVs with Muslim-sounding names (esp male) are less likely to get callbacks, even when controlling for education/internships

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162

Secularism and Inequality: The French Hypocrisy

on Islamaphobia, though he never uses that word. he mentions an experiment revealing that CVs with Muslim-sounding names (esp male) are less likely to get callbacks, even when controlling for education/internships

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165

For an Open Europe

urges France to adopt the same attitude towards refugees as Germany (though for Germany it's kind of a necessity due to the low birth rate). mentions UN projections that Germany's population will fall from 81 to 63 mil, and France's will rise from 64 to 76 mil, by 2100 (cool stat)

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165

For an Open Europe

urges France to adopt the same attitude towards refugees as Germany (though for Germany it's kind of a necessity due to the low birth rate). mentions UN projections that Germany's population will fall from 81 to 63 mil, and France's will rise from 64 to 76 mil, by 2100 (cool stat)

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Forgotten Inequalities

in response to a report on France’s national income distribution produced by Jean-Philippe Cotis

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60

Forgotten Inequalities

in response to a report on France’s national income distribution produced by Jean-Philippe Cotis

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126

Toward a Calm Debate on the Wealth Tax
October 12, 2010

written after the right-wing UMP called for repealing the wealth tax (at the cost of losing €3 billion in tax receipts ...)

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126

Toward a Calm Debate on the Wealth Tax
October 12, 2010

written after the right-wing UMP called for repealing the wealth tax (at the cost of losing €3 billion in tax receipts ...)

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169

François Hollande, a New Roosevelt for Europe?
May 8, 2012

written right after Hollande was elected (when he was still seen as a candidate for change). so idealistic

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169

François Hollande, a New Roosevelt for Europe?
May 8, 2012

written right after Hollande was elected (when he was still seen as a candidate for change). so idealistic

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187

Action, Fast!
September 25, 2012

lamenting how awful the Hollande presidency has been so far and suggesting some concrete changes to the tax system

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187

Action, Fast!
September 25, 2012

lamenting how awful the Hollande presidency has been so far and suggesting some concrete changes to the tax system

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The Economics of Inequality
by multiple authors


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