In praise of Cowen & Tabarrok

Model this! Tyler Cowen and Alex Tabarrok are still my favorite bloggers, by far. To see why, below are links to my top-ten entries for the month of June from their Marginal Revolution blog, an eclectic and wide-ranging repository of information that they still somehow manage to update multiple times a day:

  1. Fact Checking Increases Fake News (June 1)
  2. My Conversation with Jamal Greene (June 2)
  3. Moving From Opportunity: The High Cost of Restrictions on Land Use (June 2)
  4. What are the markers of spam emails? (June 8)
  5. Ayn Rand on the Tonight Show (June 9)
  6. “Which book can attract anyone towards your field of study?” (June 10)
  7. Grade non-disclosure agreements (June 20)
  8. The intellectual mistake of once-and-for-allism (June 26)
  9. The glories of Irish economics (June 28)
  10. Scottish Enlightenment vs. Irish Enlightenment (July 1).
Cowen (left) and Tabarrok (right)

About F. E. Guerra-Pujol

When I’m not blogging, I am a business law professor at the University of Central Florida.
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1 Response to In praise of Cowen & Tabarrok

  1. I liked the post regarding Irish economics. Richard Cantillon was a grossly underrated economist, in my opinion.

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