In which I am now working for the Brits

I am pleased to announce that I now have a book contract with Dutton/Penguin.  I have a wonderful editor, Jeff Galas, and of course I have already started the work.  A few bits of the book will look familiar to MR readers, but there will be plenty of new material as well.  Of course you haven’t read it, but I am nonetheless keen to take title suggestions, either in the comments or through email.  If I use your title idea or any close derivative thereof, I will send you something valuable (seriously), of my choosing.

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Quirkonomics - A Blogging Economist Explores the Other Side of Everything, by Tyler Cowen - Dutton/Penguin, 2007

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Congrats!

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"This margin is too narrow to contain"

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What about the now famous "Markets in Everything"?

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I was going to suggest the famed "Markets in Everything," but ds Vasques and Mikey G have beat me to it.

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"Just Try the Chili Chicken: Sampling Life with Tyler Cowen"

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"Writing on the Margin"

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I am feeling particularly uninspired this morning, so I am afraid mine will be entires in what not to name your book:

1. Ecowenomics!
2. Revolution of the Marginal
3. "PayDay", "Zero", or "Take Five", etc. (a real stretch) (http://www.hersheys.com/products/sugar.asp)

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Piggybacking on the above--

Don't Steal this Book!
Markets in Everything

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In the kitchen with Tyler

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Culturenomics
Foodienomics
Marginal Evolution
Strip Mall Chinese (and the Decline of French bread)
Mall Food Sucks
Race to the Top

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"Claims my Russian Wife Laughs At"

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Economists have guts: Tyler Cowen's Ethnical Food Guide
or something similar

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"Great food & interesting places - Markets in everything and everywhere"

or "TC+AT=MR - the age of blogonomics"

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Similar: http://www.wikinomics.com/

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Because of the current public interest in economics, your title should have some deriviative of 'economics' in it.

Might I suggest:
Love in the 21st Century: An Economist's View

(I can guarantee whoever writes that above title will make a killing)

Assume I Have a Spatula: The Economics of Everyday Life

or it you don't want to use economics:

Marginal Revolution, or how I learned to stop worrying and love the Almighty Dollar

Just kidding.

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"Yes, but how many of those are chicken ice cream? The life and times of George Akerlof." If you aren't planning his biography, however, another title may be in order.

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Spooky Spiders by Tyler Cowen.
Wait, what kinda book is this?

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Marginally Amusing

On Battlestar, Barbeque and Amate Painting: a Book by Tyler Cowen

Meet Me at the Track: The Life & Times of a Degenerate Horse Gambler

My Model is 7: A Refutation of the CAPM Pricing Model

Book on the Margin

Woman on the Edge of a Nervous Breakdown

This Book's Title Would Be Better If I Knew What It Was About

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"Econ? Oh, my!"

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Economists who say ni

too late?

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