Tag Archives: Minsky Instability Hypothesis

Effective risk management with R

Conference The first EARL Conference (Effective Applications of the R Language) was held 2014 September 15-17 in London. Talk My talk was “Effective risk management with R” (annotated slides). Instability hypothesis When I was preparing for the talk, one of my ideas was to show the Google trend for searches for Minsky’s instability hypothesis.  I … Continue reading

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Review of “Boombustology” by Vikram Mansharamani

How can we spot bubbles before they burst? Executive Summary I had high hopes for this book.  The first 5 chapters lived up to my expectations.  The remaining chapters, though interesting in spots, are a bit vapid.  However, those first 5 chapters are worth the price of admission. Chapters The book starts with a discussion … Continue reading

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