I suspect that in two to three hundred years social-scientists will be kind of embarrassed about the state of social science today.
And oh my goodness, it would be lovely if economics were on the same solid empirical footing as say physics.
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Daniel Kuehn is a doctoral candidate and adjunct professor in the Economics Department at American University. He has a master's degree in public policy from George Washington University.