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A couple of links

January 26, 2012 Leave a comment Go to comments
Busy couple of days, so not much time to write anything on these (as I would very much like to), but I highly recommend you go check them out.
  • Nassim Taleb talking with Russ Roberts about “Antifragility”, his book-in-progress. I find Taleb’s style really frustrating, and I think he too often relies in informal argument on the kind of ‘just-so stories’ he has so rightly criticised in both Fooled by Randomness and Black Swan. But his intellect is incredibly fertile (Fooled by Randomness had a major influence on my intellectual development as a teenager), and Russ’ clear questions and follow-ups are the perfect foil to Taleb’s sometimes opaque way of speaking (although his writing, in my view, is very clear). And I can’t wait for the book.
  • Waleed Hussain (of Wharton) has a working paper, entitled ‘An Alternative to the Fiduciary Theory of the Corporation‘ (H/T Matt Yglesias) which is so brilliant and raises so many complex and important issues that it made want to just drop everything I’m doing so I can think about it, work through it and tease out the implications. Unfortunately that isn’t an option, but expect posts on this topic in the not too distant future.
Categories: Economics
  1. June 29, 2013 at 2:42 am

    I almost never comment, but i did some searching and wound up here A couple of links
    | Shewing the fly. And I actually do have 2 questions for you if you do
    not mind. Could it be only me or does it give the impression
    like a few of the remarks look like they are left by brain
    dead folks? 😛 And, if you are writing at other places, I would like to follow everything fresh you have to post.
    Would you make a list of the complete urls of your shared sites like your linkedin profile,
    Facebook page or twitter feed?

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