It’s understandable that an academic as respected as Romer would want to save face. With his TED talks, articles and other appearances, a lot of the establishment has been listening. He’s on the short list for the Nobel Prize. And it’s deserved. While he has brought great attention and legitimacy to the Honduran project, and for that we should all be thankful, he is nevertheless myopic when it comes to developing and executing on the core idea. But what baffles me most of all is that he wa
.. Romer was providing a lot of vision, but he was short on the details and unrealistic in his expectations. I think his ideas are admirable. His talk at the Long Now Foundation is the best I’ve ever heard on the subject of competitive governance. But with all due respect, it’d be great if he would exit the stage like a gentleman.
Segunda-feira, Outubro 15, 2012
Charter Cities (10)
No seguimento de Charter Cities (9), Romer’s “Resignation” Adds Credibility to the Honduran Project: