Counterparties

By Felix Salmon
May 15, 2010
Ritholtz

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Robert Mugabe sends ‘ark’ of animals to North Korea — Guardian

Chicago’s mayor “gleefully” declares that he’s going to start posting all FOIA requests online — Sun-Times

I win the American Statistical Association’s Excellence in Statistical Reporting Award — Columbia

Europe = Marge Simpson — Ritholtz

“A carbon market isn’t innovation; it’s just a regular old commodity market” — Economist

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Congratulations for the award. I hope to see many good articles in the future.

Posted by Developer | Report as abusive

Congratulations, Felix!

-E

Posted by EricVincent | Report as abusive

Congratulations Felix!

Posted by ashton0809 | Report as abusive

Congratulations Felix, but is this like a razzie or something? I looked back at the articles cited for the award and your calling bullshit on figures and your analysis, didn’t quite measure up to statistical excellence at all , although you have many articles which DO show careful measurement… I remain confused.

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