A working paper exploring the idea that information equilibrium is a general principle for understanding the micro- and macroeconomic allocation problem. [Here] is an overview.
If I missed mention of it previously, I apologize, but have you been in communication with people like Simms on this paper?
Cold calling Nobel laureates probably won't get very far very fast. I have talked to some economists ... and I am planning a pitch to the Econ department at the local university.I'm also writing a book for a general audience, which may help gain some attention.I need to get passed the dismissed outright/desk rejection phase ... However I knew it would be a long slog. It can take over a year for economists to get papers published.
I've found Nobel Laureates to be surprisingly generous with their time and this would seem to be up Simms' alley. I don't see the harm in dropping an email.Einstein's 1905 work didn't get noticed until Planck took up the cause, if I recall correctly.
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