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24 October 2010

Ridley i ja

Lepo iznenađenje -- Matt Ridley u Wall Stret Journalu piše o mom članku koji sam linkovao pre neki dan:

Slavisa Tasic, of the University of Kiev, wrote a paper recently for the Istituto Bruno Leoni in Italy about this omission. He argues that market participants are not the only ones who make mistakes, yet he notes drily that "in the mainstream economic literature there is a near complete absence of concern that regulatory design might suffer from lack of competence." Public servants are human, too.

Mr. Tasic identifies five mistakes that government regulators often make: action bias, motivated reasoning, the focusing illusion, the affect heuristic and illusions of competence. ...

7 comments:

Vukašin Stojkov said...

lepo, svaka čas' :)

Marko Paunović said...

Ali nemoj sad da se uobrazis, pa da vise ne pises za TR. :)

Aleksandar Stevanović said...

Cestitamo, jos par godina pa ce se Ridli hvaliti sto ga Slavisa komentarise.

Željka Buturović said...

bravo slavisa, zasluzeno.

Ivan Jankovic said...

Cestitam. Pravi primer hajekovske transmisije do teoreticara, preko novinara do naroda.

Ridley je izgleda ozbiljniji od drugih - prethodno su u WJS hvalili Betkea kao najvaznijeg (i prakticno jedinog) savremenog Austrijanca.

Miss Tocqueville said...

Sjajno, svaka cast

Spider Jerusalem said...

Evo, sistederi su dali ime novoj disciplini:

http://athousandnations.com/2010/10/24/behavioral-public-choice-theory/