Many of you have paid their first visit to this blog in the last few days, after my post on the trading game went viral on Reddit last Wednesday and Greg Mankiw linked to it on Thursday. If this describes you, welcome to my blog, and thank you for coming back.
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I blog about development economics, agricultural development, food policy, economics, and empirical methods in the social sciences, with a few miscellaneous posts every once in a while.
I make absolutely no money from this website (no, not even when you buy a book on Amazon as a consequence of one of my links; that program is not legal in North Carolina), and I don’t ever intend to. I do this purely to contribute to current policy debates, contribute to my profession, interact with like-minded people, and become a better writer.
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