Conservatism in most human departments, including mathematical economics, is an enduring quality of society. Nevertheless I continue to advocate basic changes in neoclassical mathematical economics to bring the same hallmark of symmetry and consistency that has been crucial to the success of physics. (Papers presented at 10+ recent international conferences.) Interested in writing a book along the line of Rawls "Theory of Justice," but more general by promoting a comprehensive methodology. Academic credits: BSAE Boston U.; MSAA MIT; PhD Cal-Berkeley (Engineering science and mathematics). (See Marquis Who's Who in America for the bio-profile.)
Interests: Mathematical economics; social science; sociology; human behavior; ethics and justice theory.