Economics Lesson: How to get a job

The best economics lessons, everyone except economists reminds us, can be found in the pages (or whatever) of great literature. The trick is to find them (in computer science terminology: to perform the searching and sorting properly). Here is one such lesson: how to get a job. It can be found in the short (about […]

Approximate Reasoning, more or less

Investigator Val Eklund writes: Do you now someone whose reasoning is not quite on target? The Journal of Approximate Reasoning (which you mentioned in mini-AIR) may be just what they need. And speaking of “not quite on target,” that journal is going to publish a study that explores a notoriously hit-or-miss activity: “A closer look […]