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grad school

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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A nice post on microeconomics…

When I returned to school, I thought I was all interested in macroeconomics. It was probably the ideological aspects of it that attracted me in hindsight. Lots of fuzzy data in macro, so you can add your own spices, cook … Continue reading

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Things are getting real: Personal education update

Life has not been kind to my ability to blog. I am riffing this post out without bothering to check when the last time I wrote something was, but I am pretty certain it was >6 months ago or thereabouts. … Continue reading

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