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What makes the economy tick - Part III - Ancient Greece

Posted by Forecasting Net on February 14, 2015 at 5:50 PM

The ancient Greek civilization emerged during the 8th century BC, almost out of nowhere, reaching a peak point in just three centuries, the Golden Age of Pericles in the 5th century BC that is still considered one of the most brilliant moments of human history.

Although the marvels of Ancient Greece are common knowledge today, it is still not quite clear what triggered this important period of development.

By using a methodology presented in the recent post, “What makes our world and the economy tick?”, we will explain the growth dynamics of ancient times based on the progress made in the following key areas: Information flow, Transportation, Telecommunications, and Freedom of speech.

If you want to learn more about Ancient Greece’s long term growth dynamics click here.


Categories: Economy, Forecasting, Innovation

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