Scheuer, Timon, B.A.(Econ.) BSc Ing. M.A. (Econ.)
Before I started my studies in economics and system sciences I had already finished a higher technical college for engineering and worked in logistics automation. This for sure had a remarkable influence on my view on research and - as I intentionally emphasize - development.
Economics already offers a bunch of remarkable approaches worth studying and, despite all justified criticism, I like teaching them. They range from brilliant to – in imprudent hands – dangerously deceptive, but a reliable economist should know them either way. Not only may parts of them have shaped the economic system we know and study. In my opinion research and development is a process wherein both, trial and error, may provide important insights for future work. In order to avoid errors in the course of aiming at a better understanding of economic issues it may therefore be helpful to acquire a good understanding of prior unsuccessful trials. Knowing these trials pretty well makes me feel a lot better of my own ones to come, alternative perspectives to be taken and new methods to be used.
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