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(((Martin Gaynor)))
Professor of Economics, Carnegie Mellon. Former Director, Bureau of Economics, Federal Trade Commission. All views are mine alone.
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(((Martin Gaynor))) 2h
Yeah, my arteries are hardening already!
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(((Martin Gaynor))) 2h
Replying to @MartinSGaynor
I’m sure I’ve omitted people. So many folks have been so generous & kind & supportive when they had no reason to be. I am deeply grateful. It’s my obligation & privilege to do what I can to help others & give back.
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(((Martin Gaynor))) 2h
Replying to @MartinSGaynor
David Dranove invited me to give talks & promoted my work; Mark Kamlet considered me for a position for which I wasn’t really qualified; Carol Propper gave me the opportunity to work with her on amazing projects;...
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(((Martin Gaynor))) 2h
Replying to @MartinSGaynor
Sol Polachek too interest in me and wrote a paper with me; Paul Gertler brought me into the health econ community in Boston; Richard Frank gave me my big break to get back into academia; Mark Pauly and Mark Satterthwaite were endlessly supportive;
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(((Martin Gaynor))) 2h
We almost always had it with sour cream; usually a milchiks meal, just a lot of latkes and salad (to pretend to have something healthy..)
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(((Martin Gaynor))) 2h
Replying to @leah_boustan
I ran out of options with the poll!
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(((Martin Gaynor))) 2h
So many! Mike Grossman gave me an NBER appointment when I was less than nobody & a desk at NBER NY; Clive Bull introduced me to people at NYU, Paul Kleindorfer work on a proof & co-authored with me;
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(((Martin Gaynor))) 2h
Critical question!
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Imperial Business Dec 8
Huge congratulations to Professor Haskel () and Stian Westlake ()! Their book 'Capitalism without Capital' from has been named as one of the books of the year by and the :
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(((Martin Gaynor))) 3h
Listen to on AT&at/Time Warner.
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Eylon A. Levy 5h
That awkward moment you forget you were the one "occupying Palestinian land hundreds of years ago", blame it on the Jews instead. ()
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(((Martin Gaynor))) 4h
Replying to @TDeryugina
Sure - when you stop laughing!
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(((Martin Gaynor))) 4h
Important to be listen to people you disagree with (at least initially), but only if they’re reasonable people of good will. Block anyone who is nasty or abusive.
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İyad el-Baghdadi | إياد البغدادي 12h
If these scumbags who firebombed a synagogue claim to be "pro-Palestine", then this Palestinian is the first to stand in line to spit in their faces, bunch of criminal low lives.
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(((Martin Gaynor))) 4h
Replying to @Econ_Marshall
Yeah. Should take about 10-15 minutes. You can wipe off the liquid wax with paper towels. Be careful - the menorah will be hot.
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David Ballard 5h
I think the earliest use was attributed to Oklahoma football coach Barry Switzer in 1986 (who came from a pretty rough and tumble background)
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(((Martin Gaynor))) 5h
Replying to @Econ_Marshall
We’ve tried that too. Best way is to put it on paper towels on a baking sheet in a low oven. Melts the wax off. Just be sure temperature isn’t too high - save the flames for when you’re lighting!
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(((Martin Gaynor))) 5h
Replying to @Econ_Marshall
Keeping it fresh?
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(((Martin Gaynor))) 5h
There are so few challenges (as I thought), it would be very difficult to learn everything from them. Can’t imagine there’s any statistical power.
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Donald Freeman 5h
Famously used by Ann Richards to describe the first president Bush
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