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Economics 101: Our Top Conflict Tips

I thought it would be fun to post my own Top conflict tips on economics: All Economics is Political Economics: there is no value-free unpolitical economics, so best to surface all political assumptions right at the start and ask who … Continue reading

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Rational Expectations Theory: the Flawed Core of Free Market Fundamentalist Economics

Ah the economists continue to wake up and get a bit more rational. This is a parody of what is called “Rational Expectations Theory”, which is not rational, tells you nothing useful about expectations, and has no testable predictions so … Continue reading

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