Socionomics


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Socionomics postulates that social mood drives financial, macroeconomic and political behavior, in contrast to the conventional notion that such events drive the social mood. The counter-intuitive premise of the socionomic hypothesis—that in contexts of uncertainty, endogenous processes (not exogenous causes) create patterns of social behavior—has gained attention in academic journals, books, the popular press, at academic conferences and in research...


1 comment:

Benson said...

The video refers to socialnomics, not socionomics as you defined. For video clips related to socionomics: http://www.youtube.com/user/socionomics