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Irrationality in Economics, and “Subjective Probability”

I gave this talk several years ago, but you know what? It’s still pretty decent. Irrationality in Economics ¬† The title is misleading. Like¬†many of my titles, it’s meant to grab attention rather than be exactly correct. I was trying, … Continue reading

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Null hypothesis testing is voodoo. Changes in the mental state of the experimenter should not affect the objective inference of the experiment. An argument for using Bayesian data analysis instead of H0 vs Ha. Imagine you have a scintillating hypothesis … Continue reading

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