Interesting appreciation from an economist.

Posted by Andrew on 23 December 2016, 6:36 pm

Interesting appreciation from an economist.

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I loved Schelling’s writing. His thought experiments on negotiation gave such fascinating insights even to a total layman like me.

Personally, I think that’s one hallmark of a great writer / thinker: To produce work whose greatness is evident even to a virtual novice to the field without needing a mastery of the field to appreciate.