The first international climate change treaty was signed in 1992. Now, almost 30 years later, climate change shows no sign of abating. Countries’ existing plans
Whether or not it’s beneficial for economists to be on Twitter periodically comes up in my conversations, largely with people who are not on Twitter.
The long-awaited wiki for social science research is now live. Dubbed the “Social Science Knowledge Accumulation Initiative Encyclopedia” or SKAIPedia for short, it is now
This summer, in collaboration with others, I’ve decided to embark on a new project – a wiki specifically for academic research. Our goal is to
How often have you encountered the following situation? A paper comes back with two positive reviews, one negative review, and a final decision of “reject”
One of the wisest things my PhD advisor said to me was “You need to think more and do less,” and this is probably good
COVID-19 has created a public health crisis. The measures taken to slow its spread are also grinding a lot of economic activity down to a
I like to periodically clean/organize my Dropbox folders and documents (it’s a never-ending job). Here’s a fun sampling of what I found in the latest