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The AEA Humor Session will be on M Jan 4, 2016, from 8-9:30pm in room “Imperial A” of the Hilton Union Square in San Francisco. The humor session is one of the only parts of the American Economic Association annual meeting that is free and open to the public! (Registration for the full conference—more info here—is well worth it if you’re into economics 🙂 Additional details here and here is the preliminary program:
Presiding: Yoram Bauman (standupeconomist.com); “Fish and Missing Markets: Extending Revealed and Stated Preference Methods to Salmon” by Andy Keeler (East Carolina University and University of North Carolina Coastal Studies Institute); a magic show (not comedy, but close enough!) by Terry Moon (Princeton University); “Maximizing Production Function Efficiency in the Presence of Extraneous Employment Elements, OR
How to Get Shit Done with Pain in the Ass Colleagues” by Mandie Weinandt and Mike Allgrunn (both at the University of South Dakota); “Home Economics” by Jodi Beggs (Northeastern University and Economists Do It With Models); and “The Funniest Papers in the History of Economics” by
Yoram Bauman (standupeconomist.com)

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