Economics columnist Ed Lotterman talks shop with Idaho economists at the Idaho Statesman. “I’m not a very wholehearted economist,” he says. “It’s a useful discipline, and I respect it, but it’s not a science. There should be more soul searching, and I think there is among the younger economists.”
Economics columnist Ed Lotterman talks shop with Idaho economists at the Idaho Statesman. “I’m not a very wholehearted economist,” he says. “It’s a useful discipline, and I respect it, but it’s not a science. There should be more soul searching, and I think there is among the younger economists.” Darin Oswald doswald@idahostatesman.com
Economics columnist Ed Lotterman talks shop with Idaho economists at the Idaho Statesman. “I’m not a very wholehearted economist,” he says. “It’s a useful discipline, and I respect it, but it’s not a science. There should be more soul searching, and I think there is among the younger economists.” Darin Oswald doswald@idahostatesman.com

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December 16, 2015 10:18 AM