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The discipline "It tells you where to carve the joints" What is a model? How does it work? The invisible hand and the pin factory How the dismal science got its name The underground river Spillovers and other accommodations The Keynesian revolution and the modern movement "Mathematics is a language" When economics went high-tech The residual and its critics The infinite-dimensional spreadsheet Economists turn to rocket science, and "model" becomes a verb New departures "That's stupid!" In Hyde Park The U-turn The keyboard, the city, and the world Recombinations Crazy explanations At the ski lift "Endogenous technological change" Conjectures and refutations A short history of the cost of lighting The ultimate pin factory The invisible revolution Teaching economics.