Let's see normally Stephen C. Meyer, the Discovery Institute Director of The Center for
the Renewal of Science and Culture, confines himself to writing pseudo-scientific diatribes about Evolution (Signature in the Cell) and Paleontology (Darwin's Doubt and its admission of inadequacy: Debating Darwin's Doubt).
Now just days after the Brexit vote, days in which nearly every economist on the planet is basically saying they don't know what's going to happen . . . Meyer dons his pseudo-economist tweed jacket with mismatched elbow patches and has an article in the National Review. The Discovery Institute has a press release on it, "Stephen Meyer on Brexit: Markets Have Nothing to Fear". Just to remember, what is his background?
Meyer graduated Cum Laude in 1981 with a B.S. degree double major in Physics and Earth Science and a minor in Philosophy from Whitworth College . . . Cambridge University in the United Kingdom where he earned a PhD in History and Philosophy of Science . . .(Wikipedia: Stephen C. Meyer)
I underlined his areas of study and funny . . . he's not an economist! Yes, he is entitled to his opinion, but that's all it is, an opinion. Like anyone commenting in such a way, he has a 50-50 shot at being right, but not that it matters. I am sure the DI will find some way to spin it into a victory -- whatever the reality. Suddenly they may well be marketing Meyer as an economist. Maybe he is looking to expand his resume and follow in the footsteps of Dembski and Luskin and part ways with the DI!