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The Green Party unveils its new weapon for dealing with ISIS: peace talks.At least the Party is appropriately named pic.twitter.com/Vl6BWm3h9m — Jon Holbrook (@JonHolb) November 17, 2015 Peace activists are utterly clueless about what is discussed at peace talks. The ability to negotiate a credible peaceful settlement between sovereign states depends on: the divisibility of …

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ISIS is responsible for biggest number of co-ordinated terror attacks,2000-14. Despite only starting in 2013 pic.twitter.com/oNWe2Ccq6i — Paul Kirby (@paul1kirby) November 16, 2015 Map: Every Islamic State-linked terror attack, June 2014 to Sept. 2015 https://t.co/iPJR5JQkLn pic.twitter.com/TvdAWZuv6B — Post Graphics (@PostGraphics) November 15, 2015 2015 is now the deadliest year for terrorism in Western Europe since …

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Originally posted on International Liberty:
Since I’m a big fan of the Laffer Curve, I’m always interested in real-world examples showing good results when governments reduce marginal tax rates on productive activity. Heck, I’m equally interested in real-world results when governments do the wrong thing and increase tax burdens on work, saving, investment, and entrepreneurship…

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Sociology: “I love you.” Economics: “I know.”

November 17, 2015

Family Inequality

Sour grapes, by Sy Clark. https://flic.kr/p/yFT3a Sour grapes, by Sy Clark. https://flic.kr/p/yFT3a Asociologist who knows how to use python or something could do this right, but here’s a pilot study (N=4) on the oft-repeated claim that economists don’t cite sociology while sociologists cite economics.

I previously wrote about the many sociologists citing economist Gary Becker (thousands), compared with, for example, the 0 economists citing the most prominentarticle on the gender division of housework by a sociologist (Julie Brines). Here’s a little more.

It’s hard to frame the general question in terms of numerators and denominators — which articles should cite which, and what is the universe? To simplify it I took four highly-cited papers that all addressthe gender gap in earnings: one economics and one sociology paper from the early 1990s, and one of each from the early 2000s. These are all among the most-cited papers with “gender” and “earnings OR wages” in the…

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