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Thin men acting in small worlds – or why economic models are both unreal and irrelevant

Good piece by Lars Syll (Thin men acting in small worlds – or why economic models are both unreal and irrelevant).  I don’t really have much more to add, other than to reiterate my frustration with a discipline that is … Continue reading

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Pavlina Tcherneva’s NEP post and the power of ideology

Pavlina Tcherneva’s recent posting “Economists for Romney: a closer look | | New Economic Perspectives” does a very nice job of listing some of the right-wing heavy hitters that are providing “scientific” credibility to the Romney campaign.  For each of … Continue reading

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