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Weekly reading list #7

Without further due, I’ve selected 3 readings for this week: A very short article on how the power is shifting to Asia. Of course, by power I mean economic wealth. One on the bitcoin hype… apparently there is a word now for people deriving pleasure from seeing cryptocurrencies fall. This is not the first one […]

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Weekly reading #5

With an apology for the very long break in between, let’s resume this weekly list with less articles from the news and more helpful guidance for the statistician in you. The Administrative Science Quarterly blog has a post on data visualization that will make your data stand out. This paper called “An Economist’s Guide to Visualizing […]

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Weekly reading list #3

Another week, another reading list. The past days have been packed with readings. I am trying to navigate a full-time job, studying for GRE and, oh well, reading as much as I can. A classic anti-gig economy piece in The Guardian. You might have come across it already as I did several times. I am following […]

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Weekly reading list #2

This week was a busy one with a lot of readings on my list. An interesting development was the award of the Nobel prize in economics to Richard Thaler. Many praised the work of the academic who masterfully translated theories from psychology into economics. Many critics accused economics of imperialism. Nudging the economists is a brilliant piece on behaviour economics. […]

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Weekly reading list

I will start curating a reading list featuring the best articles or research pieces that I encounter in a week. It was an idea that came from a long-time academic friend. And why not? I read a lot of stuff and I would be more than happy to share with all the readers a short […]