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One of the most academically challenging universities in the world. If you don't have a passion for learning go elsewhere.
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The economics department at Chicago consisted for theSuper BrilliantEconomics
The economics department at Chicago consisted for the most part of ideologues rather than scientists. Their goal was to advance their ideology, rather than evaluate evidence empirically. However, with the advantage of hindsight, many of their ideological viewpoints have proved to be false.

For example, in the 1970s, The Chicago school took the view that disinflation could be costless. But as we learned in the early 1980s, it required deep recessions to bring inflation down. Another example: the Chicago school argued that the free market always leads to equilibrium. However, as we have learned in the recent financial crises, the free market is often associated with turbulence. In sum, the economics faculty at Chicago ignored any empirical evidence against their theories. They suppressed any views other than their own.

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Your decision to attend the University of Chicago should be based on one thing: what kind of college life you wish to have. If the answer entails a challenging academic experience and immeasurable knowledge attainment, then there is no better school than the U of C. However, if the answer mixes not only learning but also a significant social life, then go somewhere else.
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