The End of Economists' Imperialism
Harvard Business Review
JANUARY 4, 2013
Two years later, in 2002, the co-leader of that invasion, Princeton psychology professor Daniel Kahneman, won an economics Nobel (the other co-leader, Amos Tversky, had died in 1996). "By almost any market test, economics is the premier social science," Stanford University economist Edward Lazear wrote just over a decade ago. The field attracts the most students, enjoys the attention of policy-makers and journalists, and gains notice, both positive and negative, from other scientists.".