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February 22, 2007

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Cosma

If you actually have an electronic copy of Almeida & Joseph, I'd be really interested in reading it, as well as getting your take.

claudia

> Acemoglu - An African success story, Botswana

This could be interesting. Does it add to what we think we know already?

> Alba and Golden - Patterns of ethnic marriage in the United States

Sure, why not.

> Allison - Haematoxylin, from the wood

I'm just wondering what this is about.

> The Tempskya was one weird plant.

Briefly, how?

> Anguizola - Negroes in the building of the Panama Canal (1968)

That's early for this sort of thing. Sounds interesting.

> Aronson - In harm's way, infections in deployed American military forces

And this too.

> Arthur and Polak - The evolution of technology within a simple computer model

Capsule description?


> Bagnold

Pick one or two of these, if you would.

So, would like: Alba & Golden, Anguizola, Aronson, and a couple of Bagnolds, and would like to hear more about the others.


Doug M.

Mike Ralls

> Acemoglu - An African success story, Botswana

Id be curious to hear about this. What does Acemogul think are the chief reasons it became a success story?

> Alba and Golden - Patterns of ethnic marriage in the United States

Sure. What patterns do they talk about?

> Andrews and Kern - The Idaho Tempskyas and associated fossil plants (1947)
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> The Tempskya was one weird plant.

Why?

Hmm. . . I chose these before I looked at the other comments, and every one of my choices was also chosen by Doug. Odd that.

Cheers,
Mike

Martin Wisse

So erm, since you mentioned that these academic papers are on your harddrive, does that mean these are available online somewhere?

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