On-line education at the AEA meetings in Philadelphia

I can recommend to you all the session Economics Education in the Digital Age, scheduled for Saturday, January 4, at 10:15 a.m.

Nancy Rose is chairing the proceedings and presented papers will be by Caroline Hoxby, Banerjee and Duflo, and Acemoglu, Laibson, and List, as well as by Alex and myself.  They are all very interesting papers, as you would expect from these economists.


I know that I was the tech optimist, but I really thought "conferences" given at "times" and in "places" would start to die 20 years ago. (My position on the autistic spectrum might also have something to do with it.)

The world needs a unit of measure for how far people are willing to travel in order to drink subsidized alcohol.

But can we view this session online?


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