Henrik Palmer grew up in Tyringham and graduated from Lenox Memorial High School in 2016. After initially intending to get a degree in Engineering, he is now a major in the College of Social Studies, an inter-disciplinary major covering History, Economics, Government and Philosophy, and he plans to double major in physics. Henrik attends Wesleyan University in Connecticut.
Articles from Henrik Palmer
A phenomenon known as the Replication Crisis is challenging the seemingly unquestionable authority and accuracy that a published study in the natural sciences is expected to have, inviting the question as to whether economists should aspire to the standards of natural scientists or to something better.
Although economists around the globe may not yet share a common method of inquiry as biologists, physicists, and chemists do, E.C. Harwood had a vision of an inevitable future of economics based on the scientific method. He proclaimed, “Organized intelligence shall triumph over the infantile, the primitive, the prescientific economic knowings of mankind.”