Any way to read this w/o Paywall?
https://www.faz.net/aktuell/wirtschaft/intolerante-oekonomen-auf-twitter-abwegen-16907438.html?GEPC=s3
Sorry, tried but mods / bots deleted it.
"In economics, and consequently also in the field of banking, scholars have not rarely favoured the deductive research approach, which on occasion has reduced research to the presentation of theoretical models developed by mathematicians that have more in common with pure mathematics than even applied mathematics."
lol
Apart from that, what's the main contribution?
Guttenzwergs doctoral thesis. Anybody willing to read 480 pages?
https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/435557/1/PhD_Buhl_Guttenberg_FINAL_VERSION.pdf_.pdf
"In economics, and consequently also in the field of banking, scholars have not rarely favoured the deductive research approach, which on occasion has reduced research to the presentation of theoretical models developed by mathematicians that have more in common with pure mathematics than even applied mathematics."
lol
Apart from that, what's the main contribution?Guttenzwergs doctoral thesis. Anybody willing to read 480 pages?
https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/435557/1/PhD_Buhl_Guttenberg_FINAL_VERSION.pdf_.pdf
Don't know and I am too lazy to read 480 pages.
"In economics, and consequently also in the field of banking, scholars have not rarely favoured the deductive research approach, which on occasion has reduced research to the presentation of theoretical models developed by mathematicians that have more in common with pure mathematics than even applied mathematics."
lol
Apart from that, what's the main contribution?Guttenzwergs doctoral thesis. Anybody willing to read 480 pages?
https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/435557/1/PhD_Buhl_Guttenberg_FINAL_VERSION.pdf_.pdf
cringeworthy
> There is no symmetry here.
RR's mere mentioning of SH implies symmetry.SH is a fascho and RR an upstanding citizen pointing this out. If you think there is symmetry or equivalency then you have a problem.
Well, I think we can at least agree that both are desperate for attention
The main contribution is that no one else ever wrote 480 pages loaded with (ancient) historical examples (one of which is based on his own archival work) about correspondent banking. Obviously, this will not advance anyone's understanding of the matter but his and his thesis supervisor's. He has a point, though, that the literature is neglecting correspondent banking, but he does not really fill the gap in any meaningful way, imho.
"In economics, and consequently also in the field of banking, scholars have not rarely favoured the deductive research approach, which on occasion has reduced research to the presentation of theoretical models developed by mathematicians that have more in common with pure mathematics than even applied mathematics."
lol
Apart from that, what's the main contribution?Guttenzwergs doctoral thesis. Anybody willing to read 480 pages?
https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/435557/1/PhD_Buhl_Guttenberg_FINAL_VERSION.pdf_.pdf
Gutti studied all this in grat detail, I suppose.
"In economics, and consequently also in the field of banking, scholars have not rarely favoured the deductive research approach, which on occasion has reduced research to the presentation of theoretical models developed by mathematicians that have more in common with pure mathematics than even applied mathematics."
The main contribution is that no one else ever wrote 480 pages loaded with (ancient) historical examples (one of which is based on his own archival work) about correspondent banking. Obviously, this will not advance anyone's understanding of the matter but his and his thesis supervisor's. He has a point, though, that the literature is neglecting correspondent banking, but he does not really fill the gap in any meaningful way, imho.
"In economics, and consequently also in the field of banking, scholars have not rarely favoured the deductive research approach, which on occasion has reduced research to the presentation of theoretical models developed by mathematicians that have more in common with pure mathematics than even applied mathematics."
lol
Apart from that, what's the main contribution?Guttenzwergs doctoral thesis. Anybody willing to read 480 pages?
https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/435557/1/PhD_Buhl_Guttenberg_FINAL_VERSION.pdf_.pdf
If I go by the table of contents I would say it's history of banking with an emphasis on history and not on economics but nobody except his supervisors and the examiners is going to read the 480 pages.