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  • 29
    May

    2017

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    Looking back at a Letter from John Kenneth...

    The Selected Letters of John Kenneth Galbraith includes numerous letters between the famed economist and some of the most influential politicians of our time. Among those, of course, is President John...

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  • 18
    Apr

    2017

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    Computational Social Choice at a Glance

    Over the last two decades, the computational social choice research community has grown from a handful of enthusiasts to hundreds of researchers, who have painted a beautiful picture of the interaction...

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  • 4
    Apr

    2017

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    5 minutes with Milan Vojnovic

    An interview with 'Contest Theory' author Milan Vojnovic. His new books offers a comprehensive coverage of contest theory developed in the areas of economics, computer science and statistics. ...

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  • 1
    Mar

    2017

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    Trump-Politik: Rethinking American National...

    American-Russian relations are broken, and cannot be repaired until the US foreign policy community takes stock of post-2008 realities. The United States and Western Europe are no longer the poster children...

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  • 13
    Feb

    2017

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    On Freud on Us

    A good deal of attention has focused on the psychological makeup of the man who sought and won the Presidency in 2016, including the provocative “Is Donald Trump a Psychopath” by fellow Cambridge author,...

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  • 19
    Dec

    2016

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    Understanding the role of central banks in the...

    Kjell G. Nyborg, author of Collateral Frameworks: The Open Secret of Central Banks, undertakes forensic-style research into the Eurosystem’s collateral framework. ...

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  • 5
    Dec

    2016

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    Race Matters

    “The problem of the 20th century is the problem of the color line,” W.E.B. DuBois famously observed of the United States.  Despite the occasional proclamations of a post-racial society in the aftermath...

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  • 17
    Nov

    2016

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    Mad Men and Manipulation: An Excerpt from The...

    The Ethics of Influence: Government in the Age of Behavioral Science is Cass R. Sunstein’s investigation into the ethical issues surrounding nudges, choice architecture and mandates. Read on for...

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