Some Links

Josh Wright —  29 May 2009

A few blog posts that caught me eye today:

  • Justin Wolfers with an accessible explanation of the identification problem with broadband usage data
  • WSJ: The rumored EU remedy for the “new” Microsoft browser case — requiring the firm to distribute its product with “a so-called ballot screen that would present a new computer user with a choice of browsers to install, and the option to designate one of them as a default” — appears to erroneously equate the consumer choice or increased variety (measured at a particular point in time) with consumer welfare
  • Everybody should read Tom Smith
  • Want to advertise on one of Brian Leiter’s blogs?
  • RIP UCSD’s Clive Granger