The intersection of Economics and Complexity Science.
Complexity Economics: Study of economies formed from many individuals.
Responses to events or other unsolicited comments or opinions. Based in fact, but not intended to be taken as absolute truth. Meant to be a provocative subjective application of Economic and Complexity Science principles when considering things with (debatably) no right or wrong answer. Discussion is highly encouraged.
You always hear people complaining about a the fact that a Free-Market has boom and bust cycles, and how that is a bad thing. The reality is that you really do want the market to boom and bust, whether you know it or not.