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Paul Tolmachev

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Paul Tolmachev is an Investment Manager, Economist and Political Analyst. He is Certified Professional in Philosophy, Politics and Economics (PPE Program), Duke University. Paul is serving as a Portfolio Manager for BlackRock running $500 million assets under personal management. He also is a visiting research scholar at The Hoover Institution (Stanford University), where he researches political economy and social behavior, specializing in the analysis of macroeconomics, politics, and social processes. Paul is a columnist and contributor to a number of international think tanks and publications, including, Mises Institute, Eurasia Review, WallStreet Window, The Heritage Foundation, Investing.com, L'Indro, etc.

Free Will and Social Behavior: Who Is Responsible for What –...

There are two basic frameworks for behavior: biology, as the internal, endogenous determinant of human and community behavior, and ecology, as the exogenous shaping...

The Social Nature of Dictatorship and Democracy: Biology Determines – Economics...

All social communities of living organisms (and communities are not only social) are a form of uniting efforts of individual living organisms, usually of...

The U.S. Economy: A Sad Reality, or Why Democracy Must Be...

20 years of state expansion have led to obvious and inevitable results: the competitive environment is distorted by tying economic agents to state incentives,...

The Liz Truss Fiasco: A Heroic Prime Minister Ahead Of Her...

After the shortest premiership in British history, there is no doubt that the socialist agenda has become an absolute mainstream in world politics.  The socialist...

The State-Society Deal: Origins, Transformations and Projections (How it Happens in...

Geopolitical instability, the aggravation of relations between liberal democracies and growing autocracies, and sociopolitical and economic turbulence within the developed countries themselves force us...

WORLD ECONOMY GOES TO POLITICS: THE DARK TIMES OF TODAY –...

As Jonathan Garner, Morgan Stanley's chief emerging markets strategist, wrote recently - the recession debate is over, apparently we're already there and more difficult...