There seem to be too many things that I leave lying around in piles on my desk or in tabs on my computer that I want to read. Things like this that may be of relevance to my research (or possibly helpful to some other researcher or graduate student) I am going to put here. Maybe one day I’ll read them.
Some Notes on Research and Writing:
- Hal Varian on How To Build an Economic Model in Your Spare Time.
- William Thomson’s Young Person’s Guide to Writing Economic Theory.
- Stephen Pinker on Why Academic Writing Stinks.
- A nice American Scientist article on the Science of Academic Writing.
- One and Two good articles on writing referee reports in TCS and Econ.
- You should learn Python, it’s awesome… some resources…
Some Notes on Building and Being on a Good Team
Interesting Thoughts on Authorship and Biblometrics:
- The Effects of Listing Authors in Alphabetical Order: A Survey of the Empirical Evidence.
- Mattern, A Biblometric Evaluation of Computer Science.