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How to Improve Forensic Science
Some institutional structures for inquiry produce better approximations to truth than others. The current institutional structure of police forensics gives each lab a monopoly in the analysis of theExpand
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Big Players and the Economic Theory of Expectations
PART I: INTRODUCTION An Overview of the Book PART II: METHODOLOGY Mises Schutz Hayek PART III: THEORY Language Games and Economic Theory Expectations Big Players PART IV: APPLICATIONS Ruble AngularExpand
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Sequential Unmasking: A Means of Minimizing Observer Effects in Forensic DNA Interpretation
We met on December 1 and 2, 2007 in Washington, D.C. to discuss the implications of observer effects in forensic DNA testing and ways to minimize them. Expand
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The Varieties of Subjectivism: Keynes and Hayek on Expectations
J.M. Keynes and F.A. Hayek had different economic ideas even though both were subjectivists seriously engaged with issues of time and uncertainty in economics. The source of the difference betweenExpand
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From Crisis to Confidence: Macroeconomics after the Crash
Since US output peaked in December 2007 growth has been anaemic and output remains below potential. In addition, US unemployment has been persistently high. It increased from 4.4 per cent in May ofExpand
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Mises and Schutz on Ideal Types
Ludwig von Mises's fundamental epistemological ideas regarding 'conception' and 'understanding' prevented him from constructing a theory of economic expectations. Building on different philosophicalExpand
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Rational Bias in Forensic Science
The current organization of forensic science induces biases in the conduct of forensic science even if forensic scientists are perfectly rational. Assuming forensic examiners are flawless BayesianExpand
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The Rule of Experts
  • R. Koppl
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  • 1 November 2015
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Economics for a creative world
Abstract Drawing on current biology, we argue that the phase space of economic evolution is not stable. Thus, there are no entailing laws of economic dynamics. In this sense, economic dynamics areExpand
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