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Lost me almost immediately. Answering mail, lol!
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This is fine. I'm okay with the events that are unfolding currently.
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I can't get the image to be anything but a thumbnail, and I'm too old to read it.
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But look on the bright side...um...the quasi-experimental variation?
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I feel compelled to note that $17.2 billion is just the NRDA-compensable damages. Their total payout just passed $65 billion.
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Any word on changes to the EEAC? I guess there's an upside to the lack of economics grant funding.
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Gah, I wish I could make that! But travel is tougher with a 13-month old.
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I'm sorry to miss this year, the sessions look really good.
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Great read, thanks.
Toggle Commented Aug 30, 2017 on "Killing EJMR" at Environmental Economics
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I saw this on twitter. Vom.
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WTAF? (assume that's posted four times)
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How do I get in on this?
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EPA's criteria: 1. Made a substantial intellectual contribution to the work product. An individual may make a substantial intellectual contribution in several different ways, including: a. Conception and design (e.g., formulation of hypotheses, refining research ideas, development of study objectives; or the definition of experimental, statistical, modeling, or analytical approaches), or b. Acquisition of data or development of models (e.g., non-routine fieldwork, such as adapting or developing new techniques or equipment necessary to collect essential data; non-routine lab work such as development of new methods or significant modification to existing methods essential to the research; literature searches; theoretical calculations; and development and application of modeling specific to the project), or c. Analysis and interpretation of data. 2. Wrote or provided editorial revisions to the work product containing critical intellectual content. 3. Approved the final version to be published and agreed to be accountable for all aspects of the work product.
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Three weeks is insane
Toggle Commented Jun 8, 2017 on Another referee rant at Environmental Economics
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Gah I was going to post about this! You beat me to it!
Toggle Commented Jun 6, 2017 on Congrats Al McGartland at Environmental Economics
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EJMR is proved correct!
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This seems to be substantively correct to me.
Toggle Commented May 3, 2017 on "Fake deregulation" at Environmental Economics
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Man, this looks like a great deal for Charles River.
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There were receptions each night, with a drink ticket each. That's three free beers!
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What a really cool result! Also, stay away from cans!
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Oh wow, this is awful. Greg was always kind, friendly, and gracious. I've known him since grad school.
Toggle Commented Mar 14, 2017 on R.I.P. Greg Poe at Environmental Economics
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I'm not sure that TC's first criticism is fair: the report doesn't seem to say that the jobs associated with compliance are a benefit, just that there are jobs associated with compliance.
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