Scholarly Comments on Academic Economics

Sounds of Silence

Critiques published in EJW often focus on particular works or doings. In such cases, we invariably invite the commented-on parties to reply.

In the table below, column A lists authors of critiques. The hyperlinks take you to the critique.

In column B are listed individuals who probably should have replied to the critique, but didn’t. (It’s never too late—the invitation remains open.)

Daniel Klein

Table of EJW articles unanswered
  A B
Issue Commenting Author Parties Invited to Reply
1(1) Jane Shaw

Paul Collier & Jan Willem Gunning

1(2) Susan Anderson & Peter Boettke

Journal of Economic Development editors Pranab Bardhan, Mark R. Rosenzweig & Carlos Vegh

1(2) Peter Gordon & Lanlan Wang

Rafael La Porta, Florencio Lopez-de-Silances, Andrei Shleifer & Robert Vishny

1(3) Fabio Rojas

George Akerlof & Rachel Kranton

1(3) James Forder

Alan Blinder

1(3) Peter Minowitz

William D. Grampp

2(2) Richard H. Timberlake

Barry Eichengreen & Peter Temin

3(3) Klein & Clark

Joseph Farrell, Jonathan Gruber & Gordon Hanson

4(1) Coyne & Davies

Kris James Mitchener & Marc Weidenmier; Niall Ferguson & Moritz Schularick

4(2) Klein & Romero

Journal of Economic Theory editors Jess Benhabib, Alessandro Lizzeri, and Karl Shell

4(2) Ian Vasquez

Anne Krueger

4(2) Blankart & Koester

Daron Acemoglu; (Torsten Persson & Guido Tabellini were invited to reply, and they pointed to their response to the same authors' criticism in Kyklos 2006.)

4(3) B.D. McCullough

Journal of Money, Credit, and Banking editors Pok-Sang Lam, Deborah Lucas, Masao Ogaki & Kenneth D. West

7(2) Dimitris Hatzinikolaou

Athanasia Mavrommati and Athanasios Papadopoulos

8(1) Linus Wilson

Charles Zheng

8(2) Christopher Martin

Emma Rothschild

11(3) Dragan Ilić

Shamena Anwar and Hanming Fang