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LPS  Economics — the fly that cannot see the glass. Comment on ‘On the non-existence of economic laws.’ See * below.

 

RWER  Krugman and the scientific implosion of economics. Comment on ‘Krugman versus Sanders.’ See * below.

 

LPS  Causa finita. Comment on ‘How could “testing axioms” be controversial?’

 

LPS  Caught in secular intellectual stagnation. Comment on ‘Signs economists haven’t the foggiest idea.’ See * below.

 

NSER  Caught in secular intellectual stagnation. Comment on ‘What’s wrong with heterodox economics.’ Plus Automatic retirement.

 

RWER  Economists’ perennial trouble with accounting. Comment on Steve Keen on ‘Hey Joe, banks can’t lend out reserves.’  Plus  Accounting is pivotal.

 

RWER  How economics finally became a science. Comment on Geoff Davies on ‘Capitalism’s growth problem.’

 

RWER   What heterodox economists are embarrassed to admit. Comment on ‘What mainstream economists are embarrassed to admit.’ See * below.

 

LPS  Economics, too, has almost been ruined by the bigots of common sense. Comment on ‘”Observation is theory-laden” — fashionable philosophical rubbish.’  Plus  New methodology.

 

RWER  Political economics: a playground for scientific deadbeats. Comment on ‘What mainstream economists are embarrassed to admit.’  Plus  Explaining profit. Plus The Law of Profit. See * below.

 

RWER  Economics’ methodological problem. Comment on ‘Capitalism’s growth problem.’

 

LPSSuccess is the best method. Comment on ‘Why science necessarily involves a logical fallacy.

 

LPSThe still unfinished Keynes. Comment on ‘The most important book in the history of economics.’

 

EVOn economists’ stupidity. Comment on ‘Paul Krugman: On Economic Stupidity.’

 

RWERHave data, lack theory. Comment on David Ruccio on ‘Why is slow growth a problem?’ Plus Accounting for dummies. Plus Lost in schizo. Plus True theory. Plus Logical and empirical proof.

 

OLC  Have data, lack theory. Comment on David Ruccio on ‘Why is slow growth a problem?’ See * below.

 

BLO  Economists cannot think as well as we thought. Comment on ‘Markets Don't Work as Well as We Thought.’

 

EV  Groping in the dark.

 

LPS  Economists’ three-layered scientific incompetence. Comment on ‘Economic Rebellion — Rethinking economics.’ See * below.

 

RWER  Economists’ three-layered scientific incompetence. Comment on ‘Project: A heterodox macro textbook.’  Plus Paradigm shift.

 

RWER  Coming soon: the canonical economics textbook. Comment on ‘Project: A heterodox macro textbook.’ See * below.

 

LPS   The nothing-to-choose dilemma. Comment on ‘Walrasian economic theory — little better than nonsense.’ See * below.

 

RWER   Incompetence — the original sin in economics. Comment on ‘Deductivism — the original sin in economics.’

 

LPS  Wren-Lewis’s methodological double whammy. Comment on ‘Wren-Lewis on the New Classical Counter Revolution.’ See * below.

 

MM Wren-Lewis’s methodological double whammy. Comment on ‘Whatever happened to the General Theory.’

 

RWER  Economists cannot do the simple math of profit — better keep them out of politics. Comment on ‘Paul Krugman, Bernie Sanders, and the Experts.’ Plus  Naive empiricism. Plus  Mathematical incompetence. Plus Storytelling.  Plus  Scienc.  Plus  Scientific legitimacy.

 

EV  Economists are a menace to their fellow citizens. Comment on ‘Economics is Changing.’

 

RWER  What comes next? Comment on ‘Theories of Knowledge.’

 

LPS  Incompetence — the original sin in economics. Comment on ‘Deductivism — the original sin in economics.’

 

EVO  The economist’s hajj from Mordor to Mecca. Comment on ‘My Journey to Economic Mordor, and the Woman Who Saved Us.’

 

RWER  Heterodoxy and the nullity of dead horse beating. Comment on ‘Revealed preference and the fundamental flaws of conventional economics.’

 

LPS  Heterodoxy and the nullity of dead horse beating. Comment on ‘Revealed preference and the fundamental flaws of conventional economics.’ See * below.

 

RWER  Economists cannot do the simple math of profit — better keep them out of politics. Comment on ‘Fundamental Flaws of Conventional Economics.’ See * below.

 

EV   Economists cannot do the simple math of profit — better keep them out of politics. Comment on ‘Paul Krugman, Bernie Sanders, and the Experts’ Plus Comments on anne.

 

LPS  The economist’s hajj from Mordor to Mecca. Comment on ‘Economics — still in the land of Mordor.’ See * below.

 

RWERHow Heterodoxy keeps the Naked-Emperor-Zombie alive. Comment on Asad Zaman on ‘Fundamental Flaws of Conventional Economics.’

 

EV  End of a storyteller. Comment on Links for 01-28-16

 

LPS  End of a storyteller. Comment on ‘Krugman — a Vichy Left coward?’ See * below.

 

LPS  Economists and methodology: the horror of all horrors. Comment on ‘Deduction — induction — abduction.’  See * below. Plus  Unskilled users. See * below.

 

RWER Every thinking economist is heterodox by default, but how do we proceed from here? Comment on ‘Is there a core of heterodox economics that we can all believe in?’  Plus  

How to restart economics

 

RWER  The three pillars of English philosophy: Individualism, Darwinism, Political Economics. Comment on ‘David Sloan Wilson on economics and new developments in evolutionary theory.’

 

LPS  Full methodological illiteracy. Comment on ‘Axiomatic economics — the Bourbaki-Debreu delusion.’ Plus Heterodoxy methodology — back to the future. Plus Einstein on methodology. Plus Aristotle and Galilei on methodolog. See * below.

 

RWER  Economists’ slapstick methodology. Comment on ‘Axiomatics — the economics fetish.’  Plus  The universe and the goldfish bowl. Plus  The methodology of confused agenda pushers.  Plus   Can’t get out behind the curve? Plus

Deep in the methodological woods. Plus  Economists and methodology: the horror of all horrors.

 

LPS Economists’ slapstick methodology. Comment on ‘Axiomatics — the economics fetish.’ See * below.

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SuM  It’s not the ideology, it’s the methodology, stupid! Comment on ‘Against anti-economics.’ Plus  What is economics?  Plus  What are economists?  Plus   Agenda pushing or science? Plus  You got the point — at least almost.  Plus  alt Plus Time to come up to speed.  Plus  Nonentity modeling.  Plus  Senseless model bricolage.

 

LPS  Axiomatics — the heterodox bugbear. Comment on ‘Axiomatics — the economics fetish. See * below.

 

LPS  The economics of gossip and misplaced humor. Comment on ‘The gussied up economics of Tweedledum and Tweedledee.’

 

LPS  Lousy scientists. Comment on ‘Wren-Lewis and the Rodrik smorgasbord view of economic models.’ Plus    Economists’ last Hurrah. See * below.

 

EV  Lars Syll creatively destructs Wren-Lewis. Comment on ‘Is Mainstream Academic Macroeconomics Eclectic?’

 

MM  Lars Syll creatively destructs Wren-Lewis. Comment on ‘Heterodox economists and mainstream eclecticism.’ Plus  Lousy scientists.

 

LPS  Lars Syll creatively destructs Wren-Lewis. Comment on ‘Wren-Lewis on macroeconomic eclecticism’

 

LPS  Confused Orthodoxy vs. confused Heterodoxy. Comment on ‘Wren-Lewis on macroeconomic eclecticism.’

 

MM  Confused Orthodoxy vs. confused Heterodoxy. Comment on ‘Heterodox economists and mainstream eclecticism.’

 

EV  Is Paul Krugman   necessary? Comment on ‘Paul Krugman: Is Vast Inequality Necessary?’ Plus  Wrong question, wrong answers.

 

EV  Are economists natural born scientific failures?

Comment on ‘Is mainstream academic macroeconomics eclectic?’

 

LPS  Are economists natural born scientific failures? Comment on ‘Wren-Lewis on macroeconomic eclecticism.’ See * below.

 

MM  Are economists natural born scientific failures? Comment on ‘Is mainstream academic macroeconomics eclectic?’

 

RWER  Economics: of the stupid by the stupid for the stupid. Comment on Peter Radford on ‘Lamppost Economics?’ See * below.

 

RWER  Scientific dabbler and peddler.  Comment on Oleg on ‘Models and forecasts.’ See * below.

 

RWER  The secular stagnation of labor market theory. Comment on ‘The simple political economy of secular stagnation.’ See * below.

 

LPS  Bagehot’s wisdom and the silliness of modern economists. Comment on Nanikore on ‘Krugman on models (II).’ See * below.

 

RWER  Soap-opera economics. Comment on ‘5 things I would like economics majors to know before they graduate.’ See * below.

 

RWER  Economic hallucinations. Comment on ‘DeLong, Summers & Krugman on models.’ See * below.

 

RWER  Which breakdown? Comment on Erik S. Reinert on ‘Capitalism collapses when money flows to the financial sector per se.’

 

LPS  Axiomatized nonentities and the failure of methodologists. Comment on ‘Krugman on models (II).’

 

RWER  Sitcom methodology. Comment on ‘DeLong, Summers & Krugman on models.’ See * below.

 

LPS Buddha on the microeconomic men in the dark. Comment on ‘Krugman on models (II).’ See * below.

 

EV  Summary on ‘Musings on Whether We Consciously Know More or Less than What Is in Our Models…’ Addendum to Summary.

 

LPS  Switching into constructive gear. Comment on Lars Syll ‘The best advice I ever got as a scientist.’

 

LPS  The future or economics: why you will probably not be admitted to it, and why this is a good thing. Comment on ‘DeLong, Summers & Krugman on models.’  Plus Answer to Bragi.  Plus Summary on ‘Musings on Whether We Consciously Know More or Less than What Is in Our Models…’

 

RWER  The future or economics: why you will probably not be admitted to it, and why this is a good thing. 

Comment on ‘Clarence Ayres on the economic concept of capital.’

 

MM Economics between Angelology and Nonentitylogy. Comment on ‘Woodford’s reflexive equilibrium.’

 

RWER  Conceptual blunder. Comment on ‘Clarence Ayres on the economic concept of capital.’  Plus  Economics as fool’s paradise.

 

EV  Still on the wrong track. Comment on ‘Striving for Balance in Economics: Towards a Theory of the Social Determination of Behavior.’

 

LPS  The existence of economic laws and the nonexistence of behavioral laws. Comment on ‘The non-existence of economic laws.’ See * below.

 

MM  Austerity and the utter scientific ignorance of economists. Comment on ‘Exploring one set of reasons why austerity happened.’

 

EV Economics is NOT a science of behavior. Comment on ‘Striving for Balance in Economics: Towards a Theory of the Social Determination of Behavior.’

 

WCI Worthless Canadian model bricolage. Comment on Nick Rowe on ‘Tight money as binding output quota, and upward-sloping IS curves.’ See * below.

 

RWER  Deficit spending, helicopter money, and profit. Comment on ‘Randall Wray attacks “debt-free-money cranks” based on sloppy arguments

 

POM  Confused confusers. Comment on Eric Lonergan on ‘Sitting on cathedral steps.’

 

WCI  Another X-mas fantasy about IS curves. Comment on Nick Rowe on ‘Upward-sloping IS curves: simple version’. Plus Short proof of the nonexistence of an IS curve. Plus

Worthless Canadian blather. Plus Pavlovian blather (I). Plus Pavlovian blather (II).

 

NC  Money and debt in six elementary steps. Comment on ‘Randy Wray: Debt-Free Money and Banana Republics’. See * below.

 

RWER Money and debt in six elementary steps. Comment on ‘Randall Wray attacks “debt-free-money cranks” based on sloppy arguments'.

 

NC  ICYMI Money, cranks, and morons. See * below.

 

RWER  Money, cranks, and morons. Comment on ‘Randall Wray attacks “debt-free-money cranks” based on sloppy arguments.

 

RWER  Exponentially growing junk. Comment on Asad Zaman on ‘Capitalism in the 21st Century.’ See * below.

 

RWER  Nowhere land. Comment on Merijn Knibbe on ‘The return of ‘land’ in macro economic discourse. Wonkish.’

 

RWER  Doomed and Damned. Comment on Peter Radford on ‘Beating dead horse?’

 

RWER  Heterodoxy, too, is scientific junk. Comment on ‘What went wrong with economics?’

 

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KPC  The problem with macro in two words. Comment on  ‘The Problem with Macro in one blogpost.  Plus Austrianism in the woods. Plus  Garbage in, garbage out.

 

LPS  Rebuilding economics from scratch. Comment on Lars Syll on ‘Economic rebellion’. See * below. Plus  Heterodoxy, too, does not understand models. Plus  The Georgist School and the improvement of society.

LPS  The economic Sisyphus: Forever kicking the can down the wrong road. Comment on ‘​Axel Leijonhufvud on the road not taken’. See * below.

 

RWER  Heterodoxy: From bad to better or from bad to worse? Comment on Asad Zaman on ‘The Education of an Economist’. See * below.

EVR  Econ and math: forever talking at cross purposes?

Comment on ‘Maths of competitive equilibrium’.

 

EV  High profits and low economics. Comment on Robert Solow on ‘Why Wages Aren’t Keeping Up’.  Plus  Distribution and the fallacy of composition.

 

INET  The economic Sisyphus: Forever kicking the can down the wrong road. Comment on Arjun Jayadev on ‘​The Road not Taken’.

 

LPS  How Keynes messed macro up. Comment on ‘The real tail wagging’. See * below.

 

RWER   Mathiness is NOT the problem — scientific incompetence is. Comment on Lars Syll on ‘Economists — math-heavy astrologers’.

 

SUM  Marginalism is the landmark of scientific incompetence. Comment on ‘Limits of marginal productivity theory’.  Plus   The zero productivity of economists.  Plus

The solemn burial of marginalism.

 

MM  It’s the price and profit mechanism, stupid!

Comment on Simon Wren-Lewis on ‘Its ideology, stupid’.

 

LPS  Where advanced Heterodoxy — represented by Steve Keen — took the wrong turn. Comment on Lars Syll on ‘Physics and economics’. See * below.

RWER  Where advanced Heterodoxy — represented by Steve Keen — took the wrong turn. Comment on Lars Syll on ‘Physics and economics’.  Plus  Observationism  — dead since 1600.

 

BDL  If You Meet the Storyteller on the Road, Kill Him.

Comment on Blissex on ‘We Are so S---ed. Econ 1-Level Edition.’

 

LPS  Mathiness is NOT the problem — scientific incompetence is. Comment on Lars Syll on ‘Economists — math-heavy astrologers.’ See * below.

 

RWER  Uncertainty: ‘Whereof one cannot speak, thereof one must be silent’.  Comment on Lars Syll on ‘Uncertainty — the crucial question.’ See * below.

 

LPS  The writing on the wall: Economics is NOT a science of behavior. Comment on Lars Syll on ‘Reinhard Sippel’s modern classic’. See * below.

 

BDL  Econ101 or How to train morons. Comment on Brad DeLong on ‘We Are so S---ed. Econ 1-Level Edition’.

 

BDL  Economics ‘a tale told by an idiot ... signifying nothing’. Comment on Brad DeLong on ‘More Musings on the Fall of the House of Uncle Milton.’

 

EV  Indeed, Keynesianism and Monetarism are basically the same proto-scientific rubbish. Comment on Brad DeLong on ‘Why Monetarism Failed’. Plus How Keynes messed it up. Plus The 'god equation' .  Plus  Worthless political economics.

LPS  Uncertainty: ‘Whereof one cannot speak, thereof one must be silent’. Comment on Lars Syll on ‘Uncertainty — the crucial question.’ See * below.

 

BDL  Indeed, Keynesianism and Monetarism are basically the same proto-scientific rubbish. Comment on Brad DeLong ‘Hoisted from Fifteen Years Ago: The Monetarist Counterrevolution.’

 

RWER  Storytelling vs Theory = Politics vs Science. Comment on Thomas Palley on ‘Inequality, the financial crisis and stagnation: competing stories and why they matter.’

 

BDL  No ground to lose. Comment on Brad DeLong on ‘Yes, in Some — Many —Ways Our Macro Debate has Lost Intellectual Ground since the 1930s. Why Do You Ask?  Plus  From microfoundations to macrofoundations.

 

LPS  Heterodoxy, too, is no longer what it once was. Comment on Lars Syll on ‘When science becomes dogmatism.’

 

LPS  From microfoundations to macrofoundations. Comment on Lars Syll on ‘New Keynesianism — an uncomfortable trade-off.’  See * below.

 

NOP  From mathiness to empiriness: forget it! Comment on Noah Smith on ‘A new age of econ imperialism is coming.’ Plus   New age economics in ten bullet points.

 

RWER  The monstrous utility-supply-demand-equilibrium failure. Comment on Edward Fullbrook on ‘The Fisher — Becker Curio.’ See * below.

 

NYT  Krugman’s underlying model of the price mechanism is provably false. Comment on 'Aggregate Supply and Depression Economics'.

 

EV  As Napoleon said: don’t listen to economists. Comment on Robert Waldmann on ‘Brad DeLong Marks His Beliefs about "The Return of Depression Economics" to Market.’ Plus  Krugman’s model is false.

RST  As Napoleon said: don’t listen to economists. Comment on Robert Waldmann on ‘Brad DeLong Marks His Beliefs about "The Return of Depression Economics" to Market.’ See * below.

 

EV  Profit, marginalism, and other anomalies. Comment on Larry Summers on ‘Corporate profits are near record highs. That’s a problem.’  Plus  How the American working class can bring overall profits down to zero without bloody revolution.

 

RWER  Show first your economic axioms or get out of the discussion. Comment on Mart Malakoff on ‘On the Truth of Scientific Theories.’ See * below.

 

BLO   Your profit theory is false. Comment on Justin Fox on ‘When Workers Get More of the Income Pie.’

 

RWER  There is no truth in political economics. Comment on Asad Zaman on ‘On the Truth of Scientific Theories.’ See * below.

 

TMI  The futility of testing economics blather. Comment on Scott Sumner on ‘Fiscal multiplier studies far worse than I thought.’  Plus  Aggregation.  Plus  Austrianism.  Plus Testing the employment multiplier first.  Plus  Austrian blather.  Plus  Folk psychology is not economics. Plus  The zombie wars are over.  Plus  Austrian waffle.  Plus  RIP Austrians.  Plus  Toward the new paradigm.  Plus Austrianism is a zombie approach. Plus  Science is not negotiable.  Plus  Economics is a failded science.  Plus Take away points.

 

EV  Stanley Fischer: Rewarding scientific incompetence. 

Comment on ‘Reflections on Macroeconomics Then and Now.’

LPS  Note on mathematical economics. See * below.

LPS  Why the Naked-Emperor-Zombie cannot die. Comment on ‘Deep parameters and microfoundations.’ See * below.

 

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EV  Economics: neither craft nor science. Comment on ‘Economics is more a craft than a science — The Washington Post.’

 

RWER  and LPS  The three fundamental economic laws. Comment on Lars Syll on ‘The non-existence of economic laws.’ See * below.

 

RWER  Economics between truth and blather. Comment on Lars Syll on ‘Science and truth.’ See * below.

 

MM  Macro of and for the scientifically blind and deaf.

Comment on Simon Wren-Lewis on ‘MMT and mainstream macro.' Plus  The better approach.  Plus  Get out NOW.  Plus

Full employment.

 

NOP  How to get out of the morass of ignorance. Comment on Noah Smith on ‘New paradigms in economic theory? Not so fast.’  Plus  Blather does not count for much.  Plus  Out of the scientific Neanderthal.  Plus  Out of science. Plus 

Science is about proof.  Plus  Proceed to the new paradigm.

 

LPS  Vain hopes in the ruins of economics. Comment on Lars Syll on ‘Noahpinion and the empirical ‘revolution’ in economics.’

 

NOP  Vain hopes in the ruins of economics. Comment on Noah Smith on ‘New paradigms in economic theory? Not so fast.’

 

RWER  Helicopter money — a free lunch for the one-percenters. Comment on Erwan Mahé on ‘The arrival of helicopter money.’

RWER  Hayek was not an economist. Comment on Maria Alejandra Madi on ‘Economic discourse and the market.’ See * below.

 

EV  The FED should first of all get economics right. Comment on ‘The Fed Should Allow Wages to Rise.’

 

RWER  Toward the true economic axioms. Comment on ‘The gross substitution axiom.’ See * below.

 

RWER  “As goes GM, so goes America” — A rather ordinary fallacy of composition. Comment on David Ruccio on ‘For years I thought what was good for our country was good for General Motors, and vice versa.’ See * below.

 

LPS  Lucas: Confession of a scientific write-off. Comment on ‘Robert Lucas the storyteller.’  See * below.

 

LPS  Toward the true economic axioms. Comment on ‘The gross substitution axiom.’  See * below.

 

EV  Trump and the weaponizing of economics. Comment on ‘Paul Krugman: Trump Is No Accident.’

 

RWER  Economics and the weapons of mass distraction. Comment on Peter Radford on ‘Why Trump?’ See * below.


BDL  and EV  It’s the price mechanism, stupid! Comment on Bradford DeLong on ‘Ordoliberalismus and Ordovolkismus.’ BDL s

ee * below.

 

LPS  Low-IQ economics: the beginner’s guide. Comment on Thomas Palley on ‘Krugman — self-protectionist free trader.’ See * below.

 

RWER  Low-IQ economics: the beginner’s guide. Comment on Thomas Palley on ‘Self-Protectionist Moment: Paul Krugman protects himself and the establishment.’

 

RWER  Sickness and remedy. Comment on Lars Syll on ‘Modern economics is sick.’ See * below.

 

RWER  Wage, profit, and the counter-intuitive labor market.

Comment on David Ruccio on ‘How the reserve army works.’

 

RWER  Sick or false? Comment on Asad Zaman on ‘Market Fundamentalism.’ See * below.

 

LPS  Sickness and remedy. Comment on Lars Syll on ‘Modern economics is sick.’ See * below.

 

RWER  Why economics is a failed science: the 25 best explanations/excuses. Comment on ‘Krugman’s textbook — mistaking the map for the territory.’

 

EV  The labor market and the consistent failure of 101-economics. Comment on ‘Economics Isn’t Textbook: Why We Need to Raise the Minimum Wage.’

LPS  The labor market and the consistent failure of 101-economics. Comment on ‘Economics textbooks and minimum wages.’ See * below.

 

LPS  Why economics is a failed science: the 22 best explanations/excuses. Comment on ‘Krugman’s textbook — mistaking the map for the territory.’ See * below.

 

EV  The labor market and the consistent failure of 101-economics. Comment on ‘What’s Up with Wage Growth?’

 

RWER  Economics and the social science delusion.

Comment on Maria Alejandra Madi on ‘The formal and the substantive meanings of “economics”.’ 

 

RWER  Finalizing the Keynesian Revolution. Comment on Lars Syll on ‘Mainstream economics — a wildly inconsistent project.’ See * below.

 

RWER  Lawson’s fundamental methodological error and the failure of Heterodoxy. Comment on Lars Syll on ‘Critical realism and scientific explanation.'

 

LPS  Finalizing the Keynesian Revolution. Comment on Lars Syll on ‘Mainstream economics — a wildly  inconsistent project.’ See * below.

 

LPS  Lawson’s fundamental methodological error and the failure of Heterodoxy. Comment on ‘Critical realism and scientific explanation.’ See * below.

NOP  Orthodoxy?―NO, Heterodoxy?―NO: Scrap ALL this crap! Comment on Noahpionion on ‘Occult Mysteries of the Heterodox.’  Plus  The unveiled mystery of economic blather.  Plus  How to rise above Moronomics.  Plus  Just one more orthodox absurdity.  Plus  Stupidity. Plus  From Orthodoxy, to Heterodoxy, to Sysdoxy.

 

RWER  Going beyond sitcom economics. Comment on Lars Syll on ‘Bernie Sanders and the Verdoorn law.’ See * below.

EV  Going beyond sitcom economics. Comment on Paul Krugman on ‘The Cases for Public Investment.’ Plus 

Failure.  Plus  Cul-de-sac.

LPS  Going beyond sitcom economics. Comment on Lars Syll on ‘Bernie Sanders and the Verdoorn law.’ Plus Testing. Plus  Beyond silly.

RWER  Scientists do not predict. Comment on Lars Syll on ‘Macroeconomic machine dreams.’

EV  ISLM is dead and waiting to be buried. Comment on the link to Nick Rowe’s ‘ISLM pictures with interest on money.’

 

RWER  Postmodernism — the philosophy of scientific write-offs. Comment on Robert R Locke on ‘The problem of postmodernism in American economics: an historian’s perspective.'  Plus  Empiricism.

 

WCI  ISLM is dead and waiting to be buried. Comment on ‘ISLM pictures with interest on money.’ See * below.

 

LPS  Scientists do not predict.  Comment on Lars Syll on ‘Macroeconomic machine dreams.’ See * below.

RWER  How to creatively destruct Orthodoxy. Comment on ‘The problem of postmodernism in American economics: an historian’s perspective.’  Plus  End of storytelling. See * below.