I am feeling distinguished now. “Omnivore” section of U.S. Bookforum.com mentioned my latest draft “Reassessing Contemporary Macroeconomics on Methodological Grounds” right on the front page. Omnivore has just published a compilation on papers and books written about some recent problems in economics and it was the occasion on which my draft was mentioned. This citation directed a lot of readers to the draft. Happiness!
Bookforum was founded in 1994 as a print magazin published five times a year. It has a website updated on a daily basis. The public views on Bookforum seem to be favourable…
Welcome to Bookforum, “a showcase for rigorous and elegant writing” (the Village Voice). Founded in 1994, the print magazine is published five times a year and the website is updated daily.
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