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Links to some nice articles found (recently) on other blogs, or websites, in English
- "Tensions Run High Between Bank Regulators" on
- "Saving the banks, but not reckless bankers"
- "To where should all roads lead?" via
- "Banks Face Derivatives Margin Losses As Too-Big-To-Fail Ends"
- "Why High-Frequency Trading Doesn’t Compute"
- "Lorenz curve and U.S. Health Care Spending"
- "the survival of the stupidest" via
- "Impact factor manipulation" "Citing to win as journals 'game' system"
- "I am sick of impact factors and so is science"
- "Open access in research: catch up on the debate"
- "What does an Editor look for?" (especially the end of the "The Analysis" section, on statisticians) "If you are lucky enough to find a statistician who can communicate with the non-numerate and is of the opposite sex, you should consider a proposal of marriage. It’s that important."
- [free ebook] Berger and Wolpert's "Likelihood Principle" (1984)
- [free ebook] Brown's "Fundamentals of statistical exponential families with applications in statistical decision theory"
- "Noncomputability, unpredictability, undecidability, and unsolvability in economic theories" from
- "Can we understand agent-based models?"
- "Economics of Antibiotics Resistance" and pdf paper
- "Climate Change Is Here — And Worse Than We Thought" by NASA’s climatologist James Hansen
- ''Unpaid research internships reveal a dangerous hypocrisy in academia"
- "The college-cost calamity" (in the U.S.)
- "Putting A Price Tag On Your Descendants" ("... the answer hinges on the discount rate")
- "Using Bayes’ Theorem in Behavioural Crime Linking of Serial Homicide" via
- "Negative rates as a precursor to the death of banking"
- "Retracted articles and unethical behavior in economics journals?"
- Forget Titanic: Women and children rarely first off sinking ships" "the crew has the highest survival rate"
- "Why Algebra Matters (and Why Andrew Hacker is Off-Target)" , "Yes, algebra is necessary" via , or "Abandoning Algebra Is Not the Answer" via answering to
- "Why do the markets love government debt?"
- "The more money, the merrier?" and "Inequality: Why egalitarian societies died out"
et en francais,
- "Universités privées : la catastrophe" sur les inégalités du système universitaire aux Etats-Unis
- "La mainmise des machines sur les marchés financiers en question"
- Chaine de Markov et jeux, le Monopoly via
- "Le mercato universitaire"
- "Qu’attendre des Assises de l’enseignement supérieur et de la recherche ? Rien, ou pire encore ?"
- "Comment la propriété intellectuelle a transformé les Jeux olympiques en cauchemar cyberpunk"
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