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Religious pluralism and religious participation

Religious participation tends to decrease in the market share of a given religion in an area. This is because people participate more in order to preserve their identities when there is a higher threat of its extinction, which is when one’s religion is a small minority. 1,305 more words

Economics Of Education

Some economics of co-authorship

The bad explanation of the proliferation of co-authorship is academic rent seeking and CV padding. We do live in a world, publish or perish and academic productivity does decline quite markedly when tenure is secured. 137 more words

Personnel Economics

Deregulation of university fees will leave the disadvantaged at greater debt risk

My article published in The Australian newspaper today:

Deregulation of university fees will leave the disadvantaged at greater debt risk

IF there is one thing we should have learned from the global finĀ­ancial crisis, it is that free markets, deregulation and government-subsidised debt ultimately end up creating financial bubbles. 646 more words

Economics Of Education