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When Crises Collide: The Tension Between Null Results and Reproducibility

Reproducibility of research results, and the lack of availability of negative results have both been deemed “crises” for the research community. But proposed solutions for each seem at odds with one another. Continue reading

Dictionaries, Maps, and Waste — Thoughts on Publishing Economics, Digital Economics, and Human Frailty

“Waste” is hard to define, and therefore hard to eliminate. And it’s not just a print phenomenon. Perhaps we need more than the minimum because the world is unpredictable, our abilities are finite and fleeting, and intellectual work is fairly extravagant. Continue reading

The Asymmetry of Waste in the Age of Abundance — A Reversal of Scarcity’s Balance

A rumination on how abundance might be turning the table on producers by giving consumers pathways to efficiency. Continue reading

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