Actually, as a physicist, I would say that even if the economy was a complex nonlinear chaotic system, linear stochastic models would still be its effective theory description. Regardless of what the quantum theory of gravity is, general relativity -- and even Newton's universal law of gravitation -- is still its long-distance effective theory.Information Transfer Economics
Anyway, this prompted me to write something about Steve Keen's article in Forbes. Keen suffers from a problem that all public economists seem to suffer: asserting matters of opinion as matters of fact, and ongoing research programs as well-established frameworks. This will be made clear as we progress. Let's begin, shall we?
Keen, chaos, and equilibrium