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  • [Article] Prechter, Casti Agree: Current Extreme in Fractal Pattern Indicates Approaching Downturn for Economy

    [Article] Prechter, Casti Agree: Current Extreme in Fractal Pattern Indicates Approaching Downturn for Economy

    Originally published in the Dec. 2010 Socionomist In an interview last month on the Gabriel Wisdom Radio Show, Robert Prechter, president of Elliott Wave International, and John Casti, author of the well-received socionomics primer Mood Matters, said the wave of respite that began in March 2009 for financial instruments and […]

     
  • [Article] Why A Well-Known Scholar Embraced Socionomics

    [Article] Why A Well-Known Scholar Embraced Socionomics

    This month Dave Allman conducts a wide-ranging interview with John Casti, scholar, entrepreneur and author of numerous books, including the well-received socionomics primer Mood Matters this spring. Excerpts of their conversation follow. —Ed.

     
  • [Article] Two Popular Science Magazines Review the Socionomic Hypothesis

    [Article] Two Popular Science Magazines Review the Socionomic Hypothesis

    John Casti’s just-published book, Mood Matters: From Rising Skirt Lengths to the Collapse of World Powers, continues to bring socionomics to the attention of the academic media. Two of the world’s most prestigious science journals published lengthy reviews of the socionomic hypothesis in their September issues. One write-up was favorable toward Dr. Casti’s book and socionomics, the other less so.

     
  • Two Books Offer Takes On Socionomics

    Two Books Offer Takes On Socionomics

    Two books discussing socionomics have just hit the scene. One offers a friendly and accessible presentation of the nascent science, the other a proposal to retool governments’ regulatory approach according to socionomic precepts.