Monthly Archives: July 2007

Trumping knowledge

This , and Kieran’s rejoinder, put me in mind of one of the best and worst things about expert knowledge.

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Public Prices and Baselines, part I

One of the more taken-for-granted things about financial markets (and as I’m studying fine art, those as well) is the role of public prices in the mobilization of prices more broadly. This has sweeping importance, but I’m not sure a commensurate amount of theoretical attention.