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Reflections on my first year and a half as a grad student…

I’ve still got a long way to go to the degree, but as for coursework, I’m actually mostly finished. I have only two more prescribed courses, a couple of electives, and a pair of preliminary exams between me and the … Continue reading

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The “Nobel Prize” in economics and signaling

You can’t read far in any student economic text or article without noticing that any writer seems to rejoice singling out the work (or even opinion) of any economist who has won the…..are you ready for it?…… “Sveriges Riksbank Prize in … Continue reading

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