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  • n. Plural form of noneconomist.


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  • And so he set out to write "clear, effective and even entertaining" essays for noneconomists, ending up as a Times op-ed columnist who himself often wanders from economics into politics.

    Robert Teitelman: Politics and economic truths

  • At the Daily Economic Briefing, Jared Bernstein held up the progressive side of the argument, often with help from Romer and from noneconomists like Axelrod.


  • Alex Tabarrok has a timely post that links to another Paul Krugman classic on the gulf between economists and noneconomists on the theory of international trade.

    EconLog: International Trade Archives

  • But few noneconomists, regardless of their degrees, pause to consider what this really means.

    Pessimistic Bias Strikes Again?, Bryan Caplan | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • When noneconomists use the term “stock,” they often mean ownership shares in enterprises that are traded on the “stock market.”

    Resource maintenance in economies

  • In short, noneconomists don't read the General Theory because they can't and economists don't read it because it is hopelessly behind the times, all but pre-Keynesian.

    Revaluations II: Keynes's General Theory

  • Over the last fifteen years, a group of scholars have finally persuaded economists to believe something noneconomists find obvious: "behavioral economics" shows that people do not act as economic theory predicts.

    The Public Domain Enclosing the Commons of the Mind

  • The inflation rate most closely monitored by the Fed is one few noneconomists have ever heard of - the personal consumption expenditure deflator.

    NYT > Home Page

  • One of the things Roth has been working repugnance many noneconomists feel about paying for organs, is creating chains of organ donations.

    Elections - fresh news by

  • Peter Coy begins by quoting some noneconomists critical of the economics profession.

    Mises Dailies


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