Re: [Fis] informational economics?, msg from Igor M.

2008-11-03 Thread Pedro C. Marijuan
message from Igor Matutinovic Managing Director GfK-Center for Market Research Pedro raised an interesting question that deserves discussion - if anything because the last crisis cost tax-payers few trillions of dollars in the US and Europe. First, we

Re: [Fis] informational economics? msg STan S.

2008-11-03 Thread Pedro C. Marijuan
msg from Stan Salthe -- Pedro -- Dear John and colleagues, Thanks a lot for adding deep thought to my comments. I quite agree with your orientations and would make only a few further remarks. 1. Going beyond the equilibrium approaches of neoclassical economics is

Re: [Fis] informational economics?

2008-11-02 Thread Andrei Khrennikov
Dear Pedro, Thank you an interesting topic for the discussion. The study of the Informational layer of economics is extremely important for right understanding of the situation at the financial market. I would like to point to the following informational layer – namely, the role

Re: [Fis] informational economics?

2008-10-29 Thread John Collier
Very topical, Pedro. A few remarks, interleaved: At 01:58 PM 10/29/2008, Pedro C. Marijuan wrote: Dear FIS colleagues, Some aspects of the current financial crisis might be related to discussions we had in this list on information and the nature of economic flows years ago (economic networks,