To the Editor:
argument that, despite the differences between the Nobel
winners Robert J. Shiller and Eugene F.
Fama, economics is nonetheless a science just like
medicine will be vindicated when the Nobel Prize in Medicine is
given to two doctors, one of whom accurately predicts the
occurrence of heart attacks and the other who declares that heart
attacks dont exist.
Berkeley, Calif., Oct. 21, 2013
The writer is an adjunct professor
in the School of Information, University of California,
what was his point in this
paragraph, and what does it say about the research of the three
nobel winners? explain