Anthony de Jasayjasay@wanadoo.fr
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MAY 21, 2009 by ANTHONY DE JASAY
We don't know how many blood-curdling economic forecasts are the result of career planning rather than sincere professional conviction. What we do know, though, is that such forecasts are the best method of deepening the gloom, frightening the credulous, and making the worst more probable.
The War against Luck Cannot Be Won
APRIL 01, 2007 by ANTHONY DE JASAY
An Iron-Clad Labor Code is a Major Cause of France's Chronic Unemployment
JUNE 01, 2006 by ANTHONY DE JASAY
Like every exchange, the exchange of labor for money is protected, as it were, by a belt, the contract.
Coping with the Principal-Agent Problem
OCTOBER 01, 2002 by ANTHONY DE JASAY
JANUARY 19, 2009 by ANTHONY DE JASAY
An economist can gain notoriety and fill his appointment diary with lucrative conferences by having some of his forecasts for U.S. economic data, made two years ago and looking quite eccentric at the time, come gloriously true. This random event inspires me to put forward the sketch of a theory of rational forecasting.More . . .
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