What Can a Young Labour Economist (or Any Economist) Learn from Bob Gregory?
Jeff Borland ()
The Economic Record, 2006, vol. 82, issue 257, 122-126
‘Knowing what to measure and how to measure it makes a complicated world much less so. If you learn how to look at data in the right way, you can explain riddles that otherwise might have seemed impossible.’ (Steven Levitt & Stephen Dubner 2005, Freakonomics, William Morrow, p. 14)
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