AEA 2013 Annual Meeting: Links and Resources

AEA 2013 Annual Meeting: Links and Resources

Two weeks having passed since ASSA 2013 we have put together a list of links from economics blogs, which highlight some of the sessions, papers and thoughts triggered by the discussions. If you  have found more interesting resources share them with us in the comments!

  1. Highlights of ASSA (pt.1) & Highlights of ASSA (pt.2), by Jonathan B. Wright on Economics and Ethics
  2. Jurassic Economics at ASSA-AEA 2013 by Pedro G Duarte on the Blog of the Institute for New Economic Thinking
  3. Rough Transcript: Stimulus or Stymied?: The Macroeconomics of Recessions by Brad De Long
  4. Bad Advice from Experts, Herding, and Bubbles by Mark Thoma
  5. Is Economics Divided Into Warring Ideological Camps? By Noah Smith
  6. A Chart to Explain the Last 30 Years by Ken Houghton
  7. Think Tanks in the Economics Profession (Graph: ASSA Average Participants, 2011-2013) by Menzie Chinn
  8. Do People Really Think Cheaper Vaccines Are More Valuable? and Gender Differences in Propensity to Do Favors By Matthew Yglesias
  9. The Case for the Prosecution on Free Exchange
  10. Endless Chatter by Matthew Kahn
  11. 2103 AEA Annual Meeting Webcasts of Selected Sessions2013
  12. AEA Continuing Education Webcasts (AEA Members only)
  13. And already a famous tweet from Justin Wolfers: “Blogs already teach people more economics than Principles [of economics] classes do.” -@tylercowen at #ASSA2013

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