Wednesday, August 19, 2009

"The Most Notable Critic of Austrian Economics"

Apparently, that is me.

4 comments:

chris m said...

Sheesh, while we're at it, who's the most notable critic of the flat Earth hypothesis?

BruceMcF said...

Now that is funny. The awesome power of Yahoo ASK at work.

But consider the company ... Paul Krugman, and Bryan Caplan from George Mason who posted something about why neoclassical economics is better (I'm not sure that neoclassical true believers need to answer this particular question anywhere except George Mason).

Robert Vienneau said...

I don't think the flat earth hypothesis has quite the same influence. No candidate for president advocated it last year, and you don't find think tanks pushing it.

Bruce, I'm amused too. At least my references will point people to such critics as Paul Davidson.

Anonymous said...

Seems that the critics have still to understand the theory
Miracles of keynesism: getting rid of any rationality