Nikolaos Karanasios



Both the socio-economic and the technology sciences are using the same models, yet they are walking on parallel roads. The deep difference between the two is that techno-sciences can claim the validity of their statements throughout experiments in the laboratory, while the sector of the socioeconomic sciences are only observing the results of the implementation of policies, after their effects, or asking questions (questionnaires) that are resulting to severely biased conclusions.

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