Econlinks: The applied maths edition

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What I have been reading

A couple of books I have read within the past few weeks, most of them on my Kindle 3G device(*):
Scott Berkun’s “Confessions of a Public Speaker” (get the Kindle edition): the author is a professional speaker, in front of audiences large and small, hence he has got some very helpful tips for anyone who ever needs to engage in public speaking, mostly drawn from his own experiences.  → Read more

Sunday night econlinks: Interviews edition

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Weekend econlinks

  • The other side of scientific publishing: the Editor’s perspective. In this case nothing to complain about (au contraire: e.g., see earlier): if only most editors (cross-disciplinary) would follow on McAfee’s steps… unfortunately, plenty of counterexamples around, such as the editors involved here
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Sunday morning econlinks

  • Incentives and globalization, a brief but very interesting interview with Luis Garicano. Topics tackled here are CEOs, football, and…everything else.
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Econlinks this week

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Econlinks for the weekend

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Econlinks for 18-02-’08

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