„The reader might reflect that an awful lot of supposing has to take place in order for the quantity theory of money to be true.“

—  Paul Ormerod, книга The Death of Economics

Part I, Chapter 5, Mechanistic Modelling, p. 95
The Death of Economics (1994)

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