Scholarly Comments on Academic Economics

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Table of Contents September 2010
A Reply to Steven Horwitz’s Commentary on “Great Expectations and the End of the Depression” by
A Life among the Econ, Particularly at UCLA by
Economics, Economists, and Economic Policy: Modern American Experiences by
Czech Economists on Economic Policy: A Survey by
Economist Petitions: Ideology Revealed by
Do Economists Reach a Conclusion on Organ Liberalization? by
The Unenlightening “Economic Enlightenment in Relation to College-going, Ideology and Other Variables” by
Economic Enlightenment Poll Creates More Heat Than Light by
Identification Problems in Economic Enlightenment Surveys: A Comment on Buturovic and Klein by
A Rigged Test: A Critical Look at Buturovic and Klein’s Conception of “Economic Enlightenment” by

Table of Contents May 2010
Econometric Errors in an Applied Economics Article by
The Euro: It Happened, It’s Not Reversible, So… Make It Work by
When the White House Changes Party, Do Economists Change Their Tune on Budget Deficits? by
Convictions Opposed to Certain Popular Opinions: The 1903 Anti-Protectionism Letter Supported by 16 British Economists
44 Economists Answer Questionnaire on the Pre-Market Approval of Drugs and Devices by
44 Transcripts: Economists Who Answered the Questionnaire on the Pre-Market Approval of Drugs and Devices by
Economic Enlightenment in Relation to College-going, Ideology, and Other Variables: A Zogby Survey of Americans by

Table of Contents January 2010
Editor’s Notes: Acknowledgements 2008-09 by
It Can’t Happen, It’s a Bad Idea, It Won’t Last: U.S. Economists on the EMU and the Euro, 1989-2002 by
I Was a Euro Enthusiast by
A Political Scientist’s Perspective by
Understanding the Euro Requires Political Economy, Not Just Economics by
Reflections on Currency Reform and the Euro by
It Has Happened—And It Will Continue to Succeed by
There Was No Analytical Alternative to the Theory of Optimum Currency Areas by
Mundell Changed His Mind by
The Secret of the Euro’s Success by
The Euro and the German Veto by
Outliers and the Halloween Effect: Comment on Maberly and Pierce by
305 Economists Called to Answer Questionnaire on the Pre-Market Approval of Drugs and Devices by