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The Dark Feels Different in November

This is the second installment of Nina MacLaughlin’s Novemberance column, which will run every Wednesday this month.<p>“I’m in the November of my life,” said Francesca, a fifty-eight-year-old curator with good shoulders and dark lively eyes and dark wavy hair and a laugh that came from deep in her …

Brian McCall's Economics of Education Blog

A blog dealing mainly in issues in education with economic overtones, plus an assortment of odds and ends in education and economics.

Economics of Education Review

<i>Economics of Education Review</i> publishes research on education policy and finance, human capital production and acquisition, and the returns to human …

Higher Education

Economics of Education Archives | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

Cost-benefit Analysis<p>Bryan Caplan<p>In the Soho Forum debate on "All government support of higher education should be abolished" , I heavily based my …



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Steven R. Shapiro (Part Six)

What civil liberties challenges we face next, the importance of Edward Snowden, the “newness” of technology and thinking about civil liberties in a …

Civil Liberties

Mali: Steps towards peace? | Algeria

In Mali, the government and Tuareg rebels have signed a deal that could finally reunite the country, a move that signals an important step towards peace.<p>The accord calls for an immediate ceasefire and for government troops to return to the northern rebel-held town of Kidal.<p>The UN, the EU and France …