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Behavioral Economics


Commodities in Classical Athens: the Evidence of Old Comedy

This is a collection of references to all manner of commodities circulating in the Athenian economy that draws on the evidence of Old Comedy. I have aimed at being…

TEA_2006_Politicas_de_Educacion_en_Europa

TEA_2006_Politicas_de_Educacion_en_Europa

Police and Illicit Drug Markets: Some Economic Considerations*

... In view of the epidemic nature of the drug abuse problem and its obvious economic aspects, the infrequent application of economic analysis in the area seems an…

Foreign exchange risk premiums and time-varying equity market risks

Foreign exchange risk premiums and time-varying equity market risks

Why do evaluative histories matter after all?

An attempt will be made here to establish why the evaluation of scientific progress is so important to historians of Economics. The first section will examine why…

Photographing Sprawl: Picturing the Contemporary Suburb, Afterimage 35 (Jan/Feb 2008).

Photographing Sprawl: Picturing the Contemporary Suburb, Afterimage 35 (Jan/Feb 2008).

Starkness Has Fallen into Doubt: A Quiet Revolution for Suburbia (2009). Commissioned by Matthew Stadler. Unpublished draft.

This is a review of "suddenly: where we live now," a series of events organized by Matthew Stadler that discussed suburbs and suburbanization.…

Cutting It Both Ways: Dissection of the Male Anatomy as Castration (2005)

Essay published as part of "The Anatomy of Gender: Arts of the Body in Early Modern Europe" at the Mary and Leigh Block Museum of Art,…

American Impressionists and the Problem of Urban Parks: Conflicting Temporalities (2014)

American Impressionists and the Problem of Urban Parks: Conflicting Temporalities (2014)
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