China video blog #7: For the love of Chinese bread
It's all here, including my cringeworthy but increasingly semi-functional Chinese!
If anybody should have been a fan of Steve Jobs and Apple, it was me. I used an early Macintosh computer at Presidio Middle School [...]
As with my Solow quote sleuthing, you're not going to think this is interesting unless you're a stickler for details, but---thanks to a tip from [...]
I've got a new report out today (Dec 1 2010): "Grading Economics Textbooks on Climate Change", which evaluates the nation's top-selling economics textbooks based on the accuracy of their treatment of climate science and climate economics. More...
Last week I wrote some thoughts about a talk by Roger Pielke Jr. Roger wrote this in the comments section: [T]here is a lot of [...]
Just saw a Washington Policy Center talk by Roger Pielke Jr. Some thoughts: I think he had two main points, the first being that policymakers [...]
You're not going to think this is interesting unless you're a stickler for details, but after being unable to track it down on the web [...]
1. Conservatives are definitely not going away in the short-term---they are likely to pick up seats this coming November---and they are almost certainly not going [...]
The West Coast is in perfect position to play a leading role, hence the carbonWA.org ballot measure campaign I'm part of! Details in the rest of the post and/or in this memo on carbon pricing in Washington State; see also [More...]