Sarah Skwire on Adam Smith and the “as if” error

Moving on, the third of my three favorite talks at this year’s International Adam Smith Society (IASS) meeting was Sarah Skwire’s Saturday morning presentation (10/16/21) titled “As If: Clueless About the Invisible Hand“; in fact, I loved Dr Skwire’s beautiful paper so much that (starting tomorrow) I am going to devote my next few blog posts to it. For now, however, check out the introduction to Skwire’s IASS talk, which I am posting below (I have added a picture of Dr Skwire):


About F. E. Guerra-Pujol

When I’m not blogging, I am a business law professor at the University of Central Florida.
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