Quantum Social Science

" Quantum Social Science " is the title of an interesting book published in 2013 by mathematics Professor Khrenikov and Professor Haven.

"Aimed at researchers in economics and psychology, as well as physics, basic mathematical preliminaries and elementary concepts from quantum mechanics are defined in a self-contained way."

The book covers such things as Brownian motion, completeness of quantum mechanics and the possibility to apply quantum mechanics outside physics. Martingales and fake probabilities and naturally a section on arbitrage and negative probabilities. Further such topics as price and superposition of values, q-calculus in finance, the Implications of the non-Hermiticity of a Black-Scholes Hamilton operator, what is that?

This book clearly has some out of the box thinking!