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Hardly anybody [I know] reads…

Bill Easterly, one of the most accomplished and iconoclastic development economists and commentators, may have overreached a bit. He has picked a bone with the Global Forum for Health over their failure to win publications and citations in journals worthy of consideration at tenure review. Isn’t that a strange criterion for judging the success of … Continue reading

IRB is incompatible with open access to data

Mathematician Arvind Narayanan at his blog 33 Bits writes a compelling post on the failure of efforts to protect the identities of individuals in public domain, scientific data sets. De-anonymization of data is not new in the field of electronic data privacy. This is the first discussion that I have read of the specific conflict … Continue reading

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