Scholarly Comments on Academic Economics

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Table of Contents September 2013
In Memoriam: Ronald Coase
The Ideological Migration of the Economics Laureates: Introduction and Overview by
On the Ideological Migration of the Economics Laureates by
Ideological Profiles of the Economics Laureates
Economics Laureates’ Responses to Questionnaire on Ideological Migration by

Table of Contents May 2013
In Memoriam: Armen Alchian
Regression Costs Fall, Mining Ratios Rise, Publication Bias Looms, and Techniques Get Fancier: Reflections on Some Trends in Empirical Macroeconomics by
Why Is There No Milton Friedman Today? A Symposium Prologue by
Where Is the Next Rose Director? by
Why Are There No Milton Friedmans Today? by
Why Is There No New Milton Friedman Today? by
Why There Is No Milton Friedman Today by
Mistah Friedman? He Dead. by
The Uniqueness of Milton Friedman by
Why Milton Friedman Was Rare by
Why There Is No New Milton Friedman by
On Why There Is No Milton Friedman Today: Sui Generis, Sui Temporis by
Why Is There No Milton Friedman Today? by
Why Is There No Milton Friedman Today? by
Why Is There No Milton Friedman Today? by

Table of Contents January 2013
In Memoriam: James M. Buchanan
The Max U Approach: Prudence Only, or Not Even Prudence? A Smithian Perspective by
Model Distraction: A Comment on Daveri and Tabellini by
Did John Lott Provide Bad Data to the NRC? A Note on Aneja, Donohue, and Zhang by
Substance vs. Sideshows in the More Guns, Less Crime Debate: A Comment on Moody, Lott, and Marvell by
Did Jose Canseco Really Improve the Performance of His Teammates by Spreading Steroids? A Critique of Gould and Kaplan by
The Peer Effect of Jose Canseco: A Reply to J. C. Bradbury by
Reply to Deirdre McCloskey and Stephen Ziliak on Statistical Significance by
We Agree That Statistical Significance Proves Essentially Nothing: A Rejoinder to Thomas Mayer by
Paul Krugman Denies Having Concurred With an Administration Forecast: A Note by
Economics Professors’ Voting, Policy Views, Favorite Economists, and Frequent Lack of Consensus by
Euro Politics: An Interview with Roland Vaubel by