[SEQ RERUN] Intelligence in Economics

by MinibearRex 1 min read11th Oct 20121 comment

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Today's post, Intelligence in Economics was originally published on 30 October 2008. A summary (taken from the LW wiki):

 

There are a few connections between economics and intelligence, so economics might have something to contribute to a definition of intelligence.


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