Is him by any chance the infamous Nobel price of Economics that made a several billion dollars fund bankrupt? I forget his name, But he was using mathematical theories to supposedly beat the markets. Unfortunately the market does not care about mathematical theories the fund started well, but lost a sizable percent of its value on a relative short time. Proving that theories do not always reflect realities.
Carman Reinhart and Kenneth Rogoff, Harvard economists, accusing Princeton economist and New York Times columnist Paul Krugman of attacking them personally during a debate about their influential but flawed work on austerity:
â€œIt has been with deep disappointment that we have experienced your spectacularly uncivil behavior the past few weeks.â€