By Zeljka Buturovic and Daniel Klein
Below we link to 11 criticisms found on the web. We have tried to send an email to those critics, alerting them to our interest in submitting a critical comment of 200-1000 words to Econ Journal Watch. The exchange will be handled by EJW managing editor Kevin Rollins, who will let invited critics say what they like, within the word limit. Submissions of comments to this exchange should be sent to Rollins at the following email address by 31 July 2010: firstname.lastname@example.org. Comments will appear along with our response in a future issue of Econ Journal Watch—we hope in the September 2010 issue.
The exchange is to “stand alone.” Critics should not assume that readers have read their critical posts elsewhere. Reproduce the points you think most important. Don’t worry about making points that are likely to be made also by other participants in the exchange – coverage, not parsimony, is paramount.
Submissions from others are also welcome, but priority will be given to those specifically invited (including all those listed below).
By the way, we intend to look into the possibility of conducting another survey, to include several questions specifically challenging policy views of conservatives and/or libertarians. We welcome suggestions for such questions.
11 Critics of Buturovic-Klein (all of whom are invited to submit critical commentary)
Many other criticisms appeared, but we believe that this set adequately covers the range of points made against our work.
11 critics listed alphabetically by last name:
|Venue and link
|Capital Gains and Games
|The New Republic blog
|The Economics Anti-Textbook
|The Washington Examiner (and SF Exam.)
|Facts and Other Stubborn Things
|FiveThirtyEight: Politics Done Right
|Elephant Journal/Desert Standard
|John K. Wilson