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Harry Crane Feb 15
New work on Available for commentary and critique.
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Harry Crane Mar 9
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JagB—NanoSalad—Veg Gap Zapper Sep 7
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Ole Peters Sep 17
Rumsfeld forgot one: unknown knowns. Things that are perfectly known, in principle, but everyone forgot about them and behaves as if they weren’t known.
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Ole Peters 10 Dec 18
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Alex Adamou 15 Dec 18
Postgrads, put down your theses and join and fellows in Trieste for the LML Summer School. We have three research projects supervised by , , , and me. And did I mention it's in Trieste in the summer?
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Alex Adamou Aug 8
Finally in English, a thriller based on ideas from , which I am reliably informed was a page-turner (Blattwender?) in German. I look forward to reading this. Congratulations, !
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Alex Adamou Sep 8
Yes. starts by modelling wealth processes. It assumes humans respond by preferring faster growth starts by modelling the brain. Since it ignores the external reality to which humans respond, it can include unrealities like parallel worlds.
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Brian D RPM oversees New Community Paradigms Oct 22
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Ole Peters Sep 8
This is about right: is a redevelopment of economic theory without parallel universes.
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Regan Boychuk Nov 21
'Economists routinely model how people choose btwn different options...[but] Real people often don’t behave this way... In a new paper...Alex Adamou + Yonatan Berman + Ole Peters + Diomides Mavroyiannis ...take a different approach...'
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Mark Kirstein Oct 22
Happy to kick off 20/21 semester research colloquium on Nov 4th . I am presenting the basics of , current research results, and open problems ready for future collaborations!! Check out the whole programme
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Alex Adamou Sep 25
: -total income grows at the ensemble-average (GDP per capita) growth rate; -typical income grows at the time-average (DDP per capita) growth rate. One is useful for building tanks. The other is useful for tank drivers. Read more 👇
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EE2021 Sep 4
Please join us at the 2021 Conference, organised by . Hosted online from 18th to 20th January 2021. Details and submission form at .
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Nassim Nicholas Taleb 6 Oct 19
Replying to @ole_b_peters
Further, the identity in Debt = Money an entity called "we" owes to an entity called "ourselves" fails ergocity.
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Mark Kirstein Oct 11
1st Scientific Workshop of On Tuesday I will present my understanding of an innovation in economics and why is an integral part of the new economics
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Ole Peters Sep 11
Sid Redner wrote this 1990 tutorial on how catastrophically large an ensemble is required to see an expected value in a multiplicative process He's also registered his interest in the upcoming conference.
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Harry Crane Oct 5
2 hours from now, 4:30pm EST: Risk Preferences in Time Lotteries by related. Message for details if interested
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Brian D RPM oversees New Community Paradigms Jun 27
Possible thesis to be explored further represents a potential systemic structure and represents means of systemic flow to generate and regenerate Need better understanding of
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Santa Fe Institute Dec 2
Replying to @ole_b_peters @nature
And here's a useful follow-up editorial about and at , published today: "If resources are finite, how can economic growth be indefinite?"
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