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Saturday, October 17, 2015

WEIRD

Google tells me that at the moment, far and away the largest  number of daily visits to my Formal Methods blog are coming from Russia.  Somewhere in the bowels of the former Soviet Union, someone must be teaching a course on Game Theory and such like things and using my blog as a teaching device.  I would really love to know who it is and where he or she is teaching.  Anyone out there know?

2 comments:

T Verga said...

You could write a post on that blog asking. I'm really curious too

Magpie said...

Prof. Wolff,

I had -- too -- an unusual number of hits from Russia, Poland and Ukraine, including Google translations. Maybe our visitors are related?

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Something you might find interesting or at least curious:

A Tom O’Brien Interview of Mathew Forstater on Marx & MMT
Posted on 18 October 2015 at Peter Cooper's blog:
http://heteconomist.com/a-tom-obrien-interview-of-mathew-forstater-on-marx-mmt/

This is Mathew Forstater:
http://cas.umkc.edu/economics/people/facultyPages/forstater/

And this is MMT:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Modern_monetary_theory