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How to Make Scientists Agree: An Evolutionary Betting Mechanism’, Kyklos

By Tilman Slembeck


One of the basic problems in giving economic advice is to find sufficiently robust empirical evidence for making policy recommendations. In many fields there exist conflicting theories and empirical evidence is often mixed. For instance, theories on economic growth, innovation, and technology or on the regulation of competition (anti trust laws) have devised results that are no

Year: 2000
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