Radical Innovation in Empirical Economics
Chapter 3: Assumptions in Empirical Economics
The physicists were shocked at the assumptions the economists were making – that the test was not a match against reality, but whether the assumptions were the common currency of the field. I can just see Phil Anderson, laid back with a smile on his face, saying, ‘You guys really believe that?’ W. Mitchell Waldrop
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