The Heisenberg Principle in Economics
This paper examines analogies between the Heisenberg uncertainty principle in quantum mechanics and several well- known concepts in economic theory. Economics, like physics, has rejected determinism in favor of models that recognize the intrinsic randomness of the subject matter.
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