Tuesday, May 8, 2007


The other day, I posted on Steven Levitt's Freankonomics and the critiques of Levitt-style economics research. It seems to me that the idea of everyday economics is more and more prevailing now. Many scholars around the globe are following this trend.

Among them a new version of freakonomist stands out. Ariel Rubinstein make his 4-page-long Freak-Freakonomics much funnier and easier to read than most of his papers in Bargaining theory.

Should I paraphrase the quote about Keynes a little bit — We are all Freakonomists Now?!

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