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December 13, 2004

Literature Searches: Scholar.google.com

Rick Harbaugh told me about the new Google site, scholar.google.com, which limits searches to academia. It looks to be extremely useful. You can do a search for someone's articles, and it will return not just the articles but also tell you which other articles cite it. Immediately, I have found some papers I ought to have cited for my international trade paper, "A Reputation Model of Quality in North-South Trade." And I found Charles Holt's Markets, Games, and Strategic Behavior: Recipes for Interactive Learning, a book draft of classroom games for teaching game theory that will be useful for me.

Posted by erasmuse at December 13, 2004 09:42 AM

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