Half in love with easeful death

This is something I wrote a couple of years back (ish)…

Half in love with easeful death

There was a little piece in the Lex Column of this weekend’s FT , “Market stages of grief”- that used Kubler-Ross’s “Stages of Grief” as a hook;
“With tottering eastern European economies throwing an emerging markets crisis into the financial and real economy turmoil and trade levels collapsing in Asia, investors are not yet ready to move on to acceptance.”
That, and a fortuitous (for me, if not for you, gentle reader) unearthing of a scrap of paper suggesting that I compare the ‘stages of dealing with your own mortality’/grief thing that Elizabeth Kubler Ross formulated and the Issue Attention Cycle of Anthony Downs, leads to this;


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