I subscribe to too many RSS blog feeds. So everyone once in a while one pops up and I think, “Should I drop this”?
And so it is with Evolutionary Economics, which occasionally seems like a self-parody of what would happen if you recited Economics 101 cant with an added, even-less-scientific, “evolutionary psychology” glean to it.
However, they occasionally publish interesting work, such as this.
And then there’s the paper they describe as “in Japanese.” Unfortunately, they mean Hiragana script, which thoroughly defeated my efforts in the early 1990s. And while Babel Fish is willing to try, the result is less than encouraging:
…[a]nd others the philosopher and the administrator were released. In addition, according to revelation preference theory, if selection of the individual is observed, the use function where that kind of conduct is led exists. The circumstance where comparison between the individuals of use does not become problem
which has a few verb problems, I suspect.
Anyone want to read and translate and do a guest-post about this one?