1. Alex Tabarrok raises the stakes on finding a true behavioural economics anthem. Having run an econometrics bandname competition here for the last four years (this year's winner to be announced soon), I am wary of escalating another session. They tend to break out here and spread like chickenpox in a creche.
2. Wolfers and Stephenson raise interesting questions on gender differences in graduation ages on Freakonomics blog.
3. Nudge blog evaluates the progression of behavioural economics using autocomplete. They lament that behavioural economics is still a "Hibernian outpost in the great economics Roman Empire". They don't quite mean that behavioural economics is best suited for the Irish, but I like the idea of having a Hibernian outpost over here in Hibernia.
4. Neuroeconomics makes it on to IrishEconomy blog. John O'Doherty and colleagues work on inequality aversion is discussed by Kevin O'Rourke.