Saturday, October 27, 2012

Economics of Science Fiction

Robin Hanson's Economics of Science Fiction:
"This is economic analysis of the sorts of assumptions typically explored in science fiction. It is distinguished from the typical hard science fiction analysis by using the tools of professional economics, rather than the intuitive social science of the typical engineer. And it is distinguished from most economics by taking seriously the idea that we can now envision the outlines of new technologies which may have dramatic impacts on our society."
ht: Thanks, Tim Czech, for bringing this to my attention.

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