Dan Nexton kicked off a debate on the value of academic job talks. Dan provides a nice follow-up that links to blog posts by Tom Pepinsky, Jeremy Wallace. T
Dan Nexon blogged on problems with the academic job talk and possible alternatives.
This Duck of Minerva blog post takes on the issue of the academic job talk. For the non-academic readers, a job talk is simply a 30-45
Here is another story on invesmtent incentives gone bad. A major development project in North St.
Blogging has been very light lately do to a bunch of administrative responsibilities. Two things.
Amazon has announced the location of a major distribution center in Robbinsville, N.J. with incentives that are “valued” at $13.75
I’m been avoiding blogging as I finish up some research projects and spend lots of time playing with my son. This is a quick entry about a failed survey experiment.
I’ve blogged too much about countries, states, and cities providing incentives for firms. Here is a quick Missouri edition. Two firms received incentives from the city and state over the past week or so.
I’ve just finished a paper with Eddy Maleksy and Stephen Weymouth on the link between legislat
Criticisms of the New York Times piece on investment subsidies from Kenneth Thomas. Links to other goods pieces in this blog post.