Nobel prize winner Paul Krugman may say it’s econ 101 to have the authorities spend more in recessions, and I concur, but it is also wrong. The highly thorough yet ultimately naively simplistic macro models have not been useful in rectifying this incorrect intuition, which remains dominant. Eliminated are the full days like in 1920, when throughout a nasty recession, the government cut costs by half from 1920 to 1922, and the economy rebounded properly.
Historically, if we are in a recession, economists generally call for more fiscal spending, all the better if it’s deficit financed. This always seemed a bit strained, but it highlights a whole great deal of models I see, where one evaluates a model predicated on it having the ability to generate result with similar ‘occasions’: means, variances, covariances. Note how totally irrelevant the representative agent model was to the latest recession.
No one feels some mechanism, outlined by the representative agent framework, was important really. The worst thing is the focus upon mathematics can allow a researcher to avoid these nagging problems, because there’s always the hope that even if one’s model dies, the mathematical techniques used in creating it shall live on.
It allows one to revel in rigor, and dismiss any particular model’s empirical failures. Many economists I think imagine being like string theorist Ed Witten: Fields Medal winner and inventor of understanding an applied subject matter (not coincidentally, an untestable theory). The insiders will say, you’re only a player-hater and don’t understand aside from appreciate the math.
It’s true critics won’t understand the tools as well as the true believers, because if you think it’s a waste materials of time, you are not going to get really good at these tools. So the important thing is, do they create useful predictions? Do large banks hire top-level macroeconomists? No no. Hard primary macroeconomic theory has been irrelevant to the latest recession fairly, as it’s been always. For example, the stimulus bill was debated by famous economists Paul Krugman (trade theorist), who argued for government spending money on anything, and Robert Barro (macro theorist) saying the government should cut taxes.
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