Există ştiinţă dincolo de măsurare? (Perspectiva austriacă asupra utilizării matematicii în economie)
Mathematics’ use in economics is of a far greater extent than is logically admissible.�Cardinal value, the possibility of interpersonal comparisons of utility, the continuity of economic functions, indifference, Pareto optimality as welfare criterion, and the possibility of general equilibrium models, are all proven to be nothing more than myths, in spite of their tragic popularity.
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Volume (Year): (2010)
Issue (Month): 03 (September)
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