If chemists and physicistsÂ constantly got itÂ wrong when predicting the outcome ofÂ a chemical reaction or calculatingÂ theÂ required speed for airplane lift, their sciences would be discredited.Â Not so, of course for economists. In fact, in 1974 two economists shared the Nobel Prize in economics for saying opposing things.
FinallyÂ we haveÂ a stand-up economist, Yoram Bauman, Ph.D. to tell it like it is. Â Catch his act at the American Economic Association here.
Next, a stand up nonprofit policy analyst?