Wednesday, 31 July 2019

Publications, July

July was busy pero busy! 3-weeks conference touring across the U.S. and so writing has been somewhat on the back burner. Fortunately, a lot of left-over writing was published this month and so made up for the dearth of production. Also, my pre-Harwood Graduate Colloquium reading summaries have all been comming out at AIER, so in total there's been a bunch of Joakim-esque stuff.

But the most exciting development was how my 'Mr. Darcy's Ten Thousand a Year' keeps reaping its rewards. Not only did I get tons of good feedback, mentions in various blogs and a re-publication in the Mexican magazine Letras Libres but it was recently picked up by HackerNews (of all places!) which drove a ton of people to read it.

Adam Smith Institute: (all my pieces here)
Notes On Liberty: (see all my posts here)
  American Institute for Economic Research (all my pieces here)
Mises Institute (all my pieces here)
Nine articles in a month is, all things considered, pretty decent work. Some of that, however, is simply overflow from June. Nevertheless, we'll see what the future has in store. 

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