31 March 2010

Meet Rajiv Sethi

There are far too many economists of far too great importance who do mediocre, intellectually shallow (if technically rigorous) work. But, then there are economists like Rajiv Sethi who bring depth and insight to their analysis by acknowledging the role played by the human beings, processes and institutional contexts that are actually present in our economy, rather than merely trying to glean wisdom from sterile equations, government statistics, and far less grounded assumptions about the real world.

His blog is a great read and I've added it to the sidebar.

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