Meet the New Bloggers: The Team from Modeled Behavior

Thanks to the outgoing crew of guest-bloggers, and welcome to the new guest hosts, the bloggers from Modeled Behavior.  


Adam Ozimek is an associate at an economics consulting firm, where he does a variety of tasks on a variety of projects in a variety of fields, mostly related in one way or another to economics.

Karl Smith is Assistant Professor of Public Economics and Government at the School of Government at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Niklas Blanchard is a Ph.D candidate in Human Capital Management at Bellevue University. He is generally a huge econonerd, and spends a lot of his time analyzing everyday phenomena from an economic perspective. His interests include monetary economics, complexity theory, network theory, and behavior economics.


Together, they run one of the finest economics blogs on the net.  Be nice to them.  I miss you all.
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Megan McArdle is a columnist at Bloomberg View and a former senior editor at The Atlantic. Her new book is The Up Side of Down.

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