Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Links 28-09-11

1. Have been trying out the simulator package on investopedia. Ultimately looking for a good way of taking students into a good real-world-like market environment. This is worth a look.

2. Kevin O'Rourke on the importance of economic history.

3. Princeton putting in place a rule that academics cannot hand over their copyright - link here

4. Short piece in Business Week by Dan Ariely on how to pay people

5. Binder and Coad JEBO article on using quantile regressions to analyse well-being distributions.

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