tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-3758330678390419129.post2250216692573922193..comments2024-04-04T05:28:36.666-04:00Comments on EconomicPolicyJournal.com: Ludwig von Mises Destroys Mathematical EconomicsRobert Wenzelhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/14296920597416905488noreply@blogger.comBlogger2125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-3758330678390419129.post-71250989716506399212014-01-02T22:54:46.868-05:002014-01-02T22:54:46.868-05:00I recall a commenter a few weeks ago snarking that...I recall a commenter a few weeks ago snarking that many of EPJ readers don't have PhDs in Econ but since we've read Mises and Rothbard we imagine that we're PhD material. (His implication being that we're just ignorant knowitalls.)<br />It wasn't Jerry Wolfgang or Gil. Some other jackass. No matter. <br />A lot of us can do the math. I'm finishing up a doctor of Anonymousnoreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-3758330678390419129.post-41937972478431621352014-01-02T18:16:47.558-05:002014-01-02T18:16:47.558-05:00This quote not only destroys mathematical economic...This quote not only destroys mathematical economics, but also the concepts of the "velocity" of money and the "equation of exchange". <br /><br />I can not understand the need of the GMU crowd to call themselves Austrian, all-the-while promoting ideas such as mathematical economics, the velocity of money and the equation of exchange. If the GMU crowd rejects the methodology, Quaero Querohttp://mises.orgnoreply@blogger.com