Monthly Archives: February 2013

The Job Talk Debate

This is what blogs are about, eh? The issue of value of the job talk, a blogosphere phenom [1] initiated by Dan Nexon has now escalated to the usually rarefied policy precincts of Dan Drezner [2], so rather than work … Continue reading

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Things fall apart…or…”You’ve been MOOCed”

Today’s homily will draw upon three recent entries [1] from the Gospel of the New York Times “most emailed” list : Brother Thomas Friedman on MOOCs American Enterprise Institute’s Arthur Brooks on the $10K degree Ethan Bronner’s report on the … Continue reading

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