Sixth Annual Noble Prize In Eco-nomics (October 11, 2021)

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K          “An award acknowledging and celebrating the work of someone on the planet who really knows something about eco-nomics.  Eco-nomics is about making and sharing; e-con-omics is about taking and stealing.”

J          “The Noble Prize in Eco-nomics is a delightful and playful replacement for the discredited and misnamed ‘Nobel’ Prize in Voodoo E-con-omics.  You get what you reward.  You need to reward what you want to get.  Who gets it this year?”

K          “The recipient of the sixth annual Noble Prize In Eco-nomics is . . . John Williams who has produced Shadowstats for years.  His site observes: “‘John Williams’ Shadow Government Statistics’ is an electronic newsletter service that exposes and analyzes flaws in current U.S. government economic data and reporting, as well as in certain private-sector numbers, and provides an assessment of underlying economic and financial conditions, net of financial-market and political hype.”  He has contributed immensely and with little credit providing accurate statistics using the government’s original formulas.”

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[See “Economists are more like storytellers than scientists – don’t let the Nobel for ‘economic sciences’ fool you” in “The Conversation” by Carolin Benack dated October 10, 2020.]

[See the e-commentary at “Fifth Annual Noble Prize In Eco-nomics (October 12, 2020)“, “Fourth Annual Noble Prize In Eco-nomics (October 14, 2019)”, “Third Annual Noble Prize In Eco-nomics (October 8, 2018)”, “Second Annual Noble Prize In Eco-nomics (October 9, 2017)”, “First Annual Noble Prize In Eco-nomics (October 10, 2016)”, “Announcing The First Annual Noble Prize In Eco-nomics (May 2, 2016)”, “Award Deadlines (Livelines?) (July 25, 2016)”, “From e-con-omics to eco-nomics? (August 1, 2011)” and “Skip the Nobel in Economics (October 6, 2009)”.]

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