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Mar 28, 2014 9:34am
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Should Consumers In Africa Be Weary Of Microinsurance?

Should Consumers In Africa Be Weary Of Microinsurance?

Over the past few years, large corporations operating in Africa, have come up with innovative ways of redesigning financial products to cater for an increasing number of individuals unable to obtain services in more traditional ways. One of the most popular financial products has been Microinsurance, a product of the microfinance industry, which has for some time been aggressively marketed as…

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Mar 5, 2014 2:15pm
Feb 28, 2014 11:48am
victoriapynchon:

"If marriage and children interfered with men’s ability to make a living, they would have found a better way to monetize their value a long, long time ago." Capitalism doesn’t value the number of hours it takes to earn investment money. Capitalism values what money can do in the hands of an investor. Labor should be similarly valued, i.e., for what it produces and how much money it makes in the hands of the owner.
Here’s the link to the article on value pricing as the “great equalizer” for women lawyers, professionals and other career and working women. 

victoriapynchon:

"If marriage and children interfered with men’s ability to make a living, they would have found a better way to monetize their value a long, long time ago." Capitalism doesn’t value the number of hours it takes to earn investment money. Capitalism values what money can do in the hands of an investor. Labor should be similarly valued, i.e., for what it produces and how much money it makes in the hands of the owner.

Here’s the link to the article on value pricing as the “great equalizer” for women lawyers, professionals and other career and working women. 

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