In my mind, Scotsman David Hume was correct when he said that our mind often draws conclusions from relatively limited experiences that appear correct, but which are actually far from certain. The mind is an incredibly interesting correlation engine and I’ve been observing it as an amateur neuroscientist for quite some time. In my professional […]

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Return of the Econometrician

So, as part of my trying to finish my college degree over the years, I find myself taking ECON 690: Senior Seminar: Economic Inquiry and Analysis. I missed the first class, as I was away on a business trip, so in preparation for my initial night of attendance, the professor suggested I read the syllabus […]