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The Keynes-Tinbergen debate on econometrics — Lars P. Syll

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Another post of conventional economists not being keen on applying logic to their reasoning.Lars P. Syll’s BlogThe Keynes-Tinbergen debate on econometricsLars P. Syll | Professor, Malmo UniversityPolitics seems to suffer from a similar syndrome. While economists sacrifice logic for mathematical modeling including tractability, some politicians appear to be mathematically challenged.[embedded content]

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 Another post of conventional economists not being keen on applying logic to their reasoning.

Lars P. Syll’s Blog
The Keynes-Tinbergen debate on econometrics
Lars P. Syll | Professor, Malmo University

Politics seems to suffer from a similar syndrome. While economists sacrifice logic for mathematical modeling including tractability, some politicians appear to be mathematically challenged.


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