Robin Hanson, Associate Professor of Economics, George Mason University
Robin Hanson is an associate professor of economics at George Mason University, and a research associate at the Future of Humanity Institute of Oxford University. Professor Hanson has master's degrees in physics and philosophy from the University of Chicago, nine years experience in artificial intelligence research at Lockheed and N.A.S.A., a doctorate in social science from California Institute of Technology, 2800 citations, and sixty academic publications, in economics, physics, computer science, philosophy, and more. He blogs at OvercomingBias.com, and has pioneered the field of prediction markets since 1988.
Introduction Basics 1. Start 2. Modes 3. Framing 4. Assumptions 5. Implementation Physics 6. Scales 7. Infrastructure 8. Appearances 9. Information 10. Existence 11. Farewells Economics 12. Labor 13. Efficiency 14. Work 15. Business 16. Growth 17. Lifecycle Organization 18. Clumping 19. Groups 20. Conflict 21. Politics 22. Rules Sociology 23. Mating 24. Signals 25. Collaboration 26. Society 27. Minds Implications 28. Variations 29. Choices 30. Finale