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  1. New Hong Kong string quartet shines in eclectic showRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | South China Morning Post

    The Romer String Quartet performs at City Hall Theatre on July 3, 2015 as their first recital presented by the Leisure and Cultural Services Department since the four HK-born musicians formed the first homegrown string quartet in 2013. Photo: Kurt Chan The Romer String Quartet, name after Romer's tree frogs from the Lantau habitat, chose an eclectic programme of classical and contemporary works for their first concert presented by the Leisure and Cultural Services Department.

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  2. Criticism and Contestation, Not Suspicion and Skepticism is What Makes Science ProductiveRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 24 | The Austrian Economists

    Certainly the debunking of fallacious views is one of the by-products of scientific inquiry. But debunking isn't its primary driver, rather I would say the primary driver of science is curiosity born of a sense of awe.

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  3. Former Governor Demands Timetable for Congressional Action on Highway BillRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 19 | Construction Equipment Guide

    The Highway Trust Fund is set to go broke in August and the latest highway authorization extension expires at the end of July. Roy Romer, a former three-term Colorado governor and owner of construction and farm equipment dealerships in Colorado and Virginia urged congressional leaders to lay out a clear timetable for reauthorizing the federal highway program.

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  4. Pigheadedness: lessons learned from another WashingtonRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 16 | Seattle Times

    The state on Monday sent out shutdown notices to 4,000 contractors - the latest sign our political system is lurching from one manufactured crisis to another. Just like that other Washington.

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  5. 'What Assumptions Matter for Growth Theory?'Read the original story

    Sunday Jun 14 | Economist's View

    Dietz Vollrath explains the "mathiness" debate . Glad he's interpreting Romer -- it's very helpful: What Assumptions Matter for GrowthTheory? : The whole "mathiness" debate that Paul Romer started tumbled onwards this week... I was able to get a little clarity in this whole "price-taking" versus "market power" part of the debate.

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  6. The Greek by Anatoli: Good food, good fun - for grown-upsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 5 | The Globe and Mail

    The moussaka features sweetly spiced beef, creamy bA chamel and tender eggplant moistened by robust tomato sauce. The moussaka features sweetly spiced beef, creamy bA chamel and tender eggplant moistened by robust tomato sauce.

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  7. 'Coordination Equilibrium and Price Stickiness'Read the original story

    Jun 3, 2015 | Economist's View

    This is the introduction to a relatively new working paper by Cidgem Gizem Korpeoglu and Stephen Spear : Coordination Equilibrium and Price Stickiness, by Cidgem Gizem Korpeoglu Stephen E. Spear : 1 Introduction Contemporary macroeconomic theory rests on the three pillars of imperfect competition, nominal price rigidity, and strategic complementarity. Of these three, nominal price rigidity has been the most important.

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  8. [J. Bradford DeLong] Putting economic models in placeRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 1, 2015 | Korea Herald

    When policymakers turn to economists for guidance, they expect the advice they receive to be grounded in science, not academic factionalism or political presuppositions. After all, the policies they will be putting in place will have real implications for real people.

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  9. How Numbers Can LieRead the original story w/Photo

    May 30, 2015 | Forbes.com

    I am the former Co-CEO of KP Media, a leading Publisher in Ukraine. In addition to being the leading news organization in Ukraine , we also owned the largest online business, Bigmir.net.

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  10. Putting Economic Models in Their PlaceRead the original story

    May 30, 2015 | Project Syndicate

    When policymakers turn to economists for guidance, they expect the advice they receive to be grounded in science, not academic factionalism or political presuppositions. After all, the policies they will be putting in place will have real implications for real people.

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  11. Methodological Suspicions Bleeding Into Ideological SuspicionsRead the original story w/Photo

    May 22, 2015 | The Austrian Economists

    As anyone who has a pulse and is interested in the public/popular discourse about economics as a science knows, Paul Romer has caused quite a stir with his "mathiness" charge against leading figures in the modern economic theory of growth. Unlike in the past, however, this debate/discussion has not been restricted to the scientific journals, but has resulted in a dialogue in the blogosphere.

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  12. Fennig named Outstanding Senior for his service to areaRead the original story

    May 20, 2015 | The Daily Standard

    The quiet hero whose impact as a volunteer has been deemed immeasurable by the Call Food Pantry, St. Paul's United Methodist Church and Mercer County Council on Aging was honored Wednesday afternoon at Romer's Banquet Facility. "Phil is the guy you know you can call when you need help," Howick said.

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  13. 'Consistent with'Read the original story

    May 20, 2015 | Stumbling and Mumbling

    In discussing Paul Romer's wonderful concept of mathiness *, Peter Dorman criticizes economists' habit of declaring a theory successful merely because it is "consistent with" the evidence. His point deserves emphasis.

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  14. Romer settles in as library leaderRead the original story w/Photo

    May 18, 2015 | The Messenger

    Greg Romer is settling into his new position as director of the Fort Dodge Public Library, and with him comes a passion for libraries. "When you are a library director, stuff comes from all types of directions," said Romer, who started work May 4. "You don't know what's coming and I enjoy it.

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  15. Cunego keeps the faith at the Giro d'ItaliaRead the original story w/Photo

    May 17, 2015 | Cycling News

    Two kilometres from the end of stage 8 of the Giro d'Italia, with the pink jersey group deadlocked as it approached the summit of Campitello Matese, a figure in garish navy and orange kit bounded clear alone. The colours were unfamiliar but the style was recognisable, and after a pause, the speaker at the finish line identified him: "Scatto di Damiano Cunego !" The crowds beneath the podium cheered.

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  16. Interviews of PBC administrator candidates about to beginRead the original story w/Photo

    May 11, 2015 | Palm Beach Post

    Bruce Romer, vice president of Westat Inc. and the former chief administrative officer of Montgomery County, Md., will be the first of the six candidates for Palm Beach County administrator to interview with an advisory committee this morning. Romer's interview is scheduled to begin at 8 a.m. An hour later, he'll be followed by Thomas Himler, deputy chief administrative officer for Maryland's Prince George's County.

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  17. Fossils on Nova Scotia beach fill evolutionary gapRead the original story w/Photo

    May 9, 2015 | CBC News

    How did fish evolve into four-legged beasts that roam the land? A key part of that mystery has been solved by fossils found on a Nova Scotia beach. Tetrapods, named for their four limbs, are fish-like amphibians that made the transition from the sea to the land about 370 million years ago.

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  18. local pictureRead the original story w/Photo

    May 7, 2015 | The Daily Standard

    Randy Lewis, executive chair of the United States Disability Hiring Alliance, on Wednesday evening shares his experience and advice for hiring workers with disabilities to about 30 people at Romer's Catering in Celina.

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  19. Growing summer business took effort, money | VailDaily.comRead the original story w/Photo

    May 3, 2015 | Vail Daily News

    Laurie Mullen keeps busy. The Vail resident and co-owner of West Vail Liquor Mart serves on a number of town boards and commissions, but her favorite is the one dedicated to growing the town's summer business.

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  20. What's wrong with economics in a single sentenceRead the original story

    May 2, 2015 | Catallaxy

    I have been reading David Romer's Advanced Macroeconomics for some work I am doing and came across this. He is trying to explain why a particular equation doesn't seem to capture the actual reality of the world.

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