The best way to learn something really well is to teach it to someone else (Bargh and Schul, 1980 ).
If you can explain something to a six year old, Then you probably don't understand it yourself...
You probably don't know what you are talking about...
~ Albert Einstein
- Ernst Strungmann Forum
- Design Thinking
- Multiple Intelligence
- Cognitive Systems
- Big Data
- Scalable Learning
- Stakeholder Theory
- Deductive Reasoning
- Game Theory
- The ModularWorld*
- Integrative Thinking
- Autodidactic Polymath
Monday, February 20, 2017
Modular-Finance is a Concept based on the belief that the future of Finance is Multidisciplinary....
This broad-based approach to understanding is the heart of a liberal arts approach to investing. It is no longer enough to just acquire and master to basics in accounting, economics and finance. To generate good investment returns, I believe, requires much more.
Posted by MainandWall™ at 10:01 AM
Friday, February 17, 2017
Sunday, February 5, 2017
The Economic Modelling Programme (EMoD) aims to develop new methods of economic analysis and forecasting that are robust after crises. The 21st Century began with the largest global economic and financial crisis since the Great Depression 80 years ago. Many factors have been blamed for this disastrous outcome, but inadequate economic models leading to a failure to forecast the crash are partly at fault. These have been exacerbated by poor policy responses, precipitating the need for a paradigm shift. Consequently, researchers in EMoD are investigating the changes needed in economic analyses, policy, empirical modelling and forecasting when there are sudden, or very rapid, unanticipated changes in economies. EMoD researchers are also analysing the causes of economic inequality and the role of inequality in financial crises, and have played a key role in developing the World Top Incomes Database. EMoD is led by Professor Sir David Hendry (Director) and Professor Bent Nielsen (Co-Director) and is conducted in collaboration with the University of Oxford’s Department of Economics and Nuffield College. EMoD is part of the Institute for New Economic Thinking at the Oxford Martin School (INET Oxford), a multidisciplinary research institute dedicated to applying leading-edge thinking from the social and physical sciences to global economic challenges.
Posted by MainandWall™ at 6:16 AM