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October 25, 2004

Readership of the Economists' Voice

This is nice to see: we are averaging 3664 full-text downloads per article for the first issue of The Economists' Voice. That's a big readership for any brand-new economics journal.

The Economists' Voice: VOLUME 1, ISSUE 1:

Columns
J. Bradford DeLong (September 15, 2004) Should We Still Support Untrammelled International Capital Mobility? Or are Capital Controls Less Evil than We Once Believed?
Joseph Stiglitz (September 15, 2004) The Parties' Flip-Flops on Deficit Spending: Economics or Politics?
Richard A. Posner (September 18, 2004) Eldred and Fair Use
Features
John Donohue (September 18, 2004) Clinton and Bush's Report Cards on Crime Reduction: The Data Show Bush Policies Are Undermining Clinton Gains

Posted by DeLong at October 25, 2004 09:44 PM