That is how an anonymous group of self-described arXiv “moderators” described my most recent work in progress “Weyl Versus Ramsey: A Primer on Bayesian Voting,” which I have been diligently working on during my summer break and which I tried to post to arXiv, an open-access electronic archive for a wide variety of fields, including “theoretical economics,” the category I used to submit my paper. (Theoretical economics includes “social choice theory,” which is what my paper was about. See also the nasty email from arXiv, pictured below.) Better luck next time, I guess? Thank goodness for SSRN!
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