Economic Dissociative Identity Disorder: The Math Gamer, the Anti-Policy Econometrician and the Narrative Political Economist
AbstractIn this self diagnosis, I examine my career as an economist over 30 years in terms of dissociative identity disorder. The multiple identities of my career have been the math gamer, the anti-policy econometrician, and the narrative political economist. I hope that others can learn something from my story.
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Volume (Year): 6 (2009)
Issue (Month): 3 (September)
Dissociative identity disorder; model building; econometrics; narrative political economy;
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