Our world is in a state of constant disarray. Let’s not blame it on Trump, Putin or Farage. It is the incessant influx of digital innovations that leaves us flabbergasted each time we view the technology section of The Financial Times.
The weekly flood of digital gimmicks makes us believe we are living in a gadget economy. Robert Gordon argues in The Rise and Fall of American Growth that the multitude of innovations we are witnessing today do not measure up against the breakthrough innovations of the past. That discussion misses the point entirely,
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