Yingrui Yang, Department of Cognitive Science, RPI


Yingrui Yang, Department of Cognitive Science, RPI

Sage 4101

February 15, 2012 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM



 Current economics and cognitive sciences are heavily rooted in and borrowed a great deal of modeling tools from Newtonian physics. The book aims to integrate economics and cognitive science by applying relativistic and quantum field theoretic approaches from modeling perspectives. This book is divided into three small volumes. Volume I consists of Chapters 0-6. Chapter 0 provides detailed outlines for Volumes I-III chapter by chapter. This talk will briefly go through Chapter 0.

 This book is self-publishing through Xlibris, as the book proposals were declined by six top university presses sequentially. Volume I will be available at Amazon.com in March, and Volumes II & III are planned to be available by June and September, respectively.  The present author personally evaluates this work as going to be one of the most significant contributions to the basic theoretical research in social sciences during the early 21st century, and predicts it will win the Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences within next 25 years.



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