Talks and Publications in 2014

This is my 2014 yearly update on talks and publications (snarky emails and FB comments not included).

Talks: 2014 (slides available upon request)

Nov. 17, 2014. On Property Theory. Talk at Economics Dept. University of Missouri at Kansas City, KC, MO.

Nov. 14, 2014. Observations and Reflections. Talk at Global Team Meeting, Heifer International, Little Rock, Arkansas.

Nov. 13, 2014. Helpful versus Unhelpful Help. Talk at Affiliates Meeting, Heifer International, Little Rock, Arkansas.

Nov. 7, 1014. Alienation versus Delegation Contracts. Talk at conference on Philanthropy and the Economic Way of Thinking, Troy University, Troy Alabama.

Sept. 8, 2014. Two Red-Green Strategies from America. Talk to Orah political party (green party), Zagreb Croatia. Video here.

May 21, 2014. Partition logic with applications. Contributed talk. Assn for Symbolic Logic Spring Meeting. Boulder, CO.

March 5, 2014. On Property Theory. Economics Department, Denver University, Denver, CO.

March 4, 2014. History and Theory of Inalienable Rights, Korbel International School, Denver University, Denver, CO.

March 3, 2014. Quantum computing over Z2. Contributed talk, American Physical Society, Denver, CO.

February 27, 2014. History of Inalienable Rights Theory. Labor relations class of Daniel MacDonald. California State University at San Bernadino.

January 13, 2014. Employee Ownership and the Mentality of Socialism. School of Management and Labor Relations, Rutgers University.


Publications in 2014 (available on this website)

Why Delayed Choice Experiments do NOT imply Retrocausality. Forthcoming in: Quantum Studies: Mathematics and Foundations.

On Concrete Universals: A Modern Treatment using Category Theory. Forthcoming in:  Al-mukhatabat Journal (Tunisia).

On Property Theory, Journal of Economic Issues, XLVIII (3 Sept.), pp. 601–624.

Parallel Experimentation: a basic scheme for dynamic efficiency, Journal of Bioeconomics, 16 (3), pp. 259–287.

On a Fallacy in the Kaldor-Hicks Efficiency-Equity Analysis. Constitutional Political Economy. 25 (2): 125-136.

An introduction to partition logic. Logic Journal of the IGPL. 22 (1): 94-125.

Scientism and Social Engineering:  Lessons Learned from the Collapse of Communism and the Western Response. Social Science Today. Vol. I (1): 1–11.

On Double-Entry Bookkeeping: The Mathematical Treatment. Accounting Education: An International Journal. 23 (5 (Oct.)): 483–501.

Partitions and Objective Indefiniteness in Quantum Mechanics.

Four Ways from Universal to Particular: How Chomsky’s Language-Acquisition Faculty is Not Selectionist.