When economists brush with death

The journey of Irving Fisher shows disequilibrium ultimately rules in the marketplace, just as in ordinary life. Economists owe the world a model that reflects this.

Irving Fisher (1867-1947) was a neoclassical economist. I say "was” not merely because he is dead, but also because he emphatically rejected the neoclassical approach after his "Near Death Experience” during the Great Depression.


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