Monthly Archives: January 2013

The Humble Use of Knowledge (in a Comic Strip)

While the attached link and strip is aimed at economists on Sunday morning television shows, it may have other uses. Like, when listening to a financial services professional. Continue reading

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On the False Precision of Mathematical Economics

Mathematics is not the logic of human behavior. Continue reading

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Praxeology – Monopoly

So, what is a monopoly? How do they exist? Are they bad? Praxgirl’s series continues as we define the term and see if it fits into our understanding of a free market economy. Continue reading

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