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Joshua Gans
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A new shop for parents who've done better
It has been a while. Actually, I am not sure anyone reads this blog anymore and even if they did how they might find out about a new post. Anyhow, your economist parent blogger took some time this weekend to launch a T-Shirt business. Why? It was really jus...
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Help us name our new book on the economics of AI to be published by HBR Press in 2018.

http://allourideas.org/economicsofaibook
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I'm working with Rotman leadership to offer assistance to US based business students and scholars affected by the EO ban. If you know of anybody who would benefit from being able to visit as a scholar or student at the University of Toronto (in management or a related field), please ask them to contact me at joshua.gans@rotman.utoronto.ca. At this stage, we are trying to assess the volume of need to see if this is something we can do alone or requires coordination with other Canadian business schools.

The same goes for entrepreneurs running start-ups in the US. It is not clear what we can officially do there but I would be happy to hear from anyone for whom we might be able to help.
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Of Bat Mitzvah's and Such
It has been a while since I have published here but today was Child No.3's Bat Mitzvah and, by tradition, I post her speech and my speech here. (Here is Child No.1 and Child No.2 ). Child No.3's speech was light-hearted and focussed on her Torah portion. Th...
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[This post was first publishedin HBR Blogs] The auto industry is facing a trio of disruptive technologies: electric batteries, autonomous vehicles, and the mobile phone. The first two have been long-standing threats, relatively speaking, and are embodied…
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