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This list is mostly a matter of aspirational reading. Maybe I want to read Ted Burczak's Socialism after Hayek. (The Amazon page has one of Herb Gintis' long reviews.) Binyamin Appelbaum's The Economists' Hour: False Prophets, Free Markets, and the Fracture of Society is not even out yet, and already some mainstream economists are whining about it on twitter. William R. Clark and Vincent Arel-Bundock have a paper, Independent but not indifferent: Partisan bias in monetary policy at the Fed, in 2012. Christopher Gandrud and Cassandra Grafström's Does presidential partisanship affect Fed inflation forecasts? is related. Mark Buchanan recommends that more attention be paid to the work of Ole Peters and others at the London Mathematical Laboratory. They have developed something called

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This list is mostly a matter of aspirational reading.

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