Blogging at the #histecon beach

billwattersonThe month ahead of me looks like an endless stream of deadlines: submitting, revising and referring papers, editing a collective volume, getting grant reports and applications done, and writing my habilitation thesis.

I’ve thus packed my swimsuit and I’ll be blogging at our old history of economic beach for a few weeks, with old and new faces.

A new post on what I think Paul Romer needs to know about the history of the World Bank is already online. Yann Giraud relates how  he stopped worrying and started to love Phil Mirowksi, and Tiago Mata reflects on Australian HET and how to teach the next generation.

Time to get a tan!

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