Sunday, August 27, 2017

Cameron K. Murray — A random physicist takes on economics

Short appreciation of Jason Smith's A Random Physicist Takes on Economics. He likes it.
Jason Smith, a random physicist, has a new book out where he takes aim at some of the core foundations of microeconomics. I encourage every economist out there to open their mind, read it, and genuinely consider the implications of this new approach.
Go get it now. It only costs a few bucks.
Fresh Economic Thinking

1 comment:

AXEC / E.K-H said...

Note on Cameron K. Murray’s ‘A random physicist takes on economics’

Jason Smith is NOT a random physicist but a random blatherer. Take notice that his proto-scientific drivel has been debunked in all dimensions:

Economics: math-adorned incoherent blather

Feynman Integrity, fake science, and the econoblogosphere

True macrofoundations: the reset of economics

Macro imbeciles

IS-LM ― a crash course for EconoPhysicists

What genuine scientists believe about economics

Hayek and other informationally retarded proto-economists

Economics between cargo cult, farce, and fraud

The key to macro and Keen's debt-employment model

Egmont Kakarot-Handtke