John von Neumann, scientific method and empirical economics

Journal of Economic Methodology 1 (2):279-294 (1994)
Abstract
The evolution of John von Neumann's scientific interests and a study of his writings show that von Neumann increasingly supported an empirical, computational method. This is in stark contrast with the extant view of von Neumann as a pure theorist.
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