Monday, 3 January 2011
Via Marginal Revolution, a series of "white papers" commissioned by the (American) National Science Foundation on the "grand challenges in the social and behavioral sciences" which will be used to "make plans to support future research". These were the papers submitted by economists and I'm afraid that (not a very good sign) I couldn't find anything similar at the APSA website. But there seems to be a lot of interesting stuff here and, as far as I can tell, many questions of common interest to economists and political scientists. And notice that one of the papers is authored by one of the contributors to this blog. Very nice.
Posted by Pedro Magalhães at 16:47