086: Philip Pilkington on Determinism and the Reformation in Economics
Phillip ran a popular economics blog called www.fixingtheeconomists.wordpress.com and will be releasing his book The Reformation in Economics soon.
Phillip earned his B.A. in Journalism from the Independent Colleges, as well as his M.A. in Economics from Kingston University.
All views expressed by Phillip are his own and are not representative of the firm in which he works.
In this episode, Philip mentions: utility maximizing, behavioral bias, interest rates, time preference, savings, money, comparative advantage, decision making, consumption function, marginal propensity to consume and the multiplier.
- Fixing the Economist – a blog by Philip Pilkington
- The Reformation in Economics: A Deconstruction and Reconstruction of Economic Theory by Philip Pilkington
- Foundations of Business Thought by Calvin M. Boardman
- Market Sense and Nonsense: How the Markets Really Work (and How They Don’t) by Jack D. Schwager
- A Treatise Concerning The Principles of Human Knowledge by George Berkley