Finished rewriting from scratch the LaTeX code [ZIP] for Simplicial Geometry: a Barycentric Approach [PDF]. (In the process, corrected a few typos present in the original.) Also added a link to Gail Summers‘s interesting 1977 masters thesis using a post-bayesian approach [PDF]: Applied forecasting with an autoregressive integrated moving average (ARIMA) model [PDF].
We’ve uploaded a cleaner scan of “Are There Objective Values?: The GreatestHappiness Principle in Perspective” (April 2002). “This is the presentation of a whole new philosophical system — ethics, ontology, epistemology, politics, the works.” This was written in conjunction with a talk delivered to the Iowa State Philosophy Club. (Recording [MP3]). For more, see arnoldfaden.org.
We added a scan of the cover for “Economics of Space and Time”. Hopefully it’s helpful to add a little color there though we’re seeing that our CSS skills still need some work. We also submitted a couple papers accessible online via the publisher on fatcat.wiki so that hopefully they’ll get picked up by InternetContinue reading “Scanned cover for “Economics of Space and Time””
We scanned the manuscript for the book, including corrections and other notes. Preface [PDF] Table of Contents and Chapter 1: Introduction [PDF] Chapter 2: The Problem of Description [PDF] Chapter 3: The Comparison of Infinite Measures [PDF] Chapter 4: Feasibility [PDF] Chapter 5: The Allocation of Effort [PDF] Chapter 6: Markets [PDF] Chapter 7: TheContinue reading “Scanned “Economics of Space and Time” manuscript”
Scanned “Post-Bayesian Statistical Inference” and “The Influence of Economic Theory on Econometrics”
The Influence of Economic Theory on Econometrics (1993) Post-Bayesian Statistical Inference (1981) arnoldfaden.org already had a link to Econometric Policy Model Construction: The Post-Bayesian Approach (1976).
Scanned “The Abstract Transportation Problem” from May 1969. “In this paper we generalize the transportation problem of linear programming to the case of a possibly infinite number of sources and sinks.”
We recorded and uploaded a few more videos today: Career in economics Space and time The Unholy 13 Future president of Afghanistan as apartment mate
We recorded and uploaded 7 videos today: Memories of David Blackwell and the regular conditional probability paper Memories of Gary Becker, and George Stigler Another memory of Stigler Arguments for the Greatest Happiness Principle How does probability make the GHP more practical? How did you become a utilitarian? Types vs tokens We also uploaded aContinue reading “Recorded multiple short interviews and scanned “Causality and Econometrics in FOCUS””
We’re using this blog to keep track of the updates made to arnoldfaden.org and related sites. Like arnoldfaden.org, this site is being run for Arnold Faden by his children while he works up to jumping more fully into the Internet age.
We scanned a paper written in connection with a spring 2002 talk to the Iowa State Philosophy Club: “Are There Objective Values?: The Greatest Happiness Principle in Perspective” [PDF]. (This was done using a handheld phone. We’ll follow up a later with a higher quality scan or hopefully the original document.) A recording of theContinue reading “Scanned “Are There Objective Values?: The Greatest Happiness Principle in Perspective””
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