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Conversable Economist

In Hume’s spirit, I will attempt to serve as an ambassador from my world of economics, and help in “finding topics of conversation fit for the entertainment of rational creatures.”.

  • By Timothy Taylor
  • Based in United States of America
  • Roughly four posts per week
  • First post on

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Month starting Posts
Jan 2023 15
Feb 2023 13
Mar 2023 18
Apr 2023 12
May 2023 16
Jun 2023 14
Jul 2023 17
Aug 2023 18
Sep 2023 20
Oct 2023 12
Nov 2023 16
Dec 2023 18
Jan 2024 17
Feb 2024 15
Mar 2024 15
Apr 2024 6

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Most recent posts

Statistics is (Literally) Statecraft
Statistics are not reality, but they are a map to reality, and that map is central to the basic knowledge needed for modern government. Or at least so argues Michel Foucault in Security, Territory, and …
On , by conversableeconomist, 919 words
What Are the Objectives of First-Year College Students?
For more than a half-century, a UCLA-based research group has been carrying out surveys of incoming first-year college students. There are lots of questions about the decision process the students went through in applying, and …
On , by conversableeconomist, 838 words
The State of Globalization: Both More and Less Than You May Think
The widespread current belief about globalization, I would say, is that it has been in decline since the Trump presidency, as a result of increased tariffs, a sharpening of global conflicts with China and Russia, …
On , by conversableeconomist, 450 words