„Economic history matters. Students of economics should read Charles MacKay and Charles Kindleberger, and should study the history of the Wall Street Crash as well as the theory and the mathematics required to formalize it.“

Quelle: Economics after the crisis : objectives and means (2012), Ch. 2 : Financial Markets: Efficiency, Stability, and Income Distribution

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Adair Turner, Baron Turner of Ecchinswell
britischer Wirtschaftsmanager, Hochschullehrer und Politiker 1955

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John Kenneth Galbraith Foto

„Economic theory is the most prestigious subject of instruction and study. Agricultural economics, labor economics and marketing are lower caste fields of study.“

—  John Kenneth Galbraith, buch The New Industrial State

Quelle: The New Industrial State (1967), Chapter X, Section 5, p. 122 (Mr. Galbraith was originally an agricultural economist...)

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Isaac Asimov Foto

„It is all too easy to forget that there are emotional motivations in history, as well as economic ones.“

—  Isaac Asimov American writer and professor of biochemistry at Boston University, known for his works of science fiction and popular … 1920 - 1992

The Shaping of England (1969), p. 15
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George Soros Foto

„Economic theory is devoted to the study of equilibrium positions.“

—  George Soros Hungarian-American business magnate, investor, and philanthropist 1930

The Alchemy of Finance: Reading the Mind of the Market (1987)
Kontext: Economic theory is devoted to the study of equilibrium positions. The concept of equilibrium is very useful. It allows us to focus on the final outcome rather than the process that leads up to it. But the concept is also very deceptive. It has the aura of something empirical: since the adjustment process is supposed to lead to an equilibrium, an equilibrium position seems somehow implicit in our observations. That is not true. Equilibrium itself has rarely been observed in real life — market prices have a notorious habit of fluctuating.

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Harper Lee Foto

„I'm Charles Baker Harris… I can read“

—  Harper Lee, buch Wer die Nachtigall stört

Quelle: To Kill a Mockingbird

David Wu Foto

„Too many Oregonians know the heartbreak of a jobless economic recovery. To create new, high-paying jobs, we need investment in Main Street as well as Wall Street.“

—  David Wu American politician 1955

David Wu (January 20, 2004) "Oregon Issues and the President's State of the Union." United States House of Representatives. ( Available online at 108th Congress (2003-2004) http://www.house.gov/wu/floor_speeches.shtml)

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„The student is to read history actively not passively.“

—  Ralph Waldo Emerson American philosopher, essayist, and poet 1803 - 1882

Quelle: Self-Reliance and Other Essays

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„History repeats itself all the time on Wall Street.“

—  Edwin Lefèvre, buch Reminiscences of a Stock Operator

Quelle: Reminiscences of a Stock Operator (1923), Chapter XVIII, p. 217

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„The history of science should not be an instrument to defend any kind of social or philosophic theory; it should be used only“

—  George Sarton American historian of science 1884 - 1956

Preface.
A History of Science Vol.1 Ancient Science Through the Golden Age of Greece (1952)
Kontext: The history of science should not be an instrument to defend any kind of social or philosophic theory; it should be used only for its own purpose, to illustrate impartially the working of reason against unreason, the gradual unfolding of truth, in all its forms, whether pleasant or unpleasant, useful of useless, welcome or unwelcome.

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„Two important features in the modern development of economics are the application of mathematics to abstract economic reasoning… and the attempt at placing economics on a numerical and experimental basis by an intensive study of economic statistics.
Both these developments have a common characteristic: they emphasize the quantitative character of economics. This quantitative movement in our estimation is one of the most promising developments in modern economics. We also consider it important that the two aspects of the quantitative method referred to should be furthered, developed, and studied jointly as two integrating parts of economics.
We therefore venture to propose the establishment of an international periodical devoted to the advancement of the quantitative study of economic phenomena, and especially to the development of a closer relation between pure economics and economic statistics.
We believe that the scope of the new journal would be happily suggested if it is called "Oekonometrika."“

—  Ragnar Frisch Norwegian economist 1895 - 1973

Accordingly, the quantitative study of economic phenomena here considered may be termed econometrics.
Frisch (1927) as quoted in Divisia 1953, pp.24-25; Cited in: Bjerkholt, Olav. " Ragnar Frisch and the foundation of the Econometric Society and Econometrica http://www.ssb.no/a/histstat/doc/doc_199509.pdf." ECONOMETRIC SOCIETY MONOGRAPHS 31 (1998): 26-57.
Lead paragraph of a memorandum on the importance of establishing the journal "Oekonometrika"
1920

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