President Harry S. Truman once famously quipped, “Give me a one-handed economist. All my economists say ‘on the one hand…on the other’.” His pithy statement remains true today. Professor Paul Romer adds to the criticism heaped onto the discipline of macroeconomics in this illuminating paper, in which he contends that the field has become a regressive branch of knowledge – more punditry than science. getAbstract recommends this provocative, name-naming, esoteric report to policy officials and experts interested in an insider’s critique of his fellow economists.
About the Author
Paul Romer is a professor at New York University’s Stern School of Business and director of the Marron Institute of Urban Management.
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