Radical Innovation in Empirical Economics
Chapter 13: Economic Anatomy
The premise behind this chapter is that economics needs knowledge of economic anatomy in the way that medicine needs knowledge of human anatomy. The latter is perhaps the most basic science underpinning the study of medicine and involves very detailed observation and description of the body. Economic anatomy should also involve very detailed observation and description of different components of the economy.
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