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Friday Links: tweets predict google citation, randomize regulations, fair trade coffee, and more

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  • A new paper finds tweets about newly published articles in the Journal of Medical Internet Research can predict Google Scholar citations to these articles 17-29 months later.
  • A proposal for legislators to randomize regulations on the RegBlog.
  • Tim Ogden has the first part of an interview with me about microenterprise growth dynamics at Philanthropy Action.
  • The impact of fair trade coffee on James Choi’s blog (via @rovingbandit).
  • Call for papers for a new journal on migration from Oxford University Press – Migration Studies.  I have high hopes for it to become a good place for migration papers (and am on its global editorial board).

As always you can find more links by following us on twitter – David (@dmckenzie001) and Berk (@BerkOzler12). Please also tweet us any interesting links you come across.


David McKenzie

Lead Economist, Development Research Group, World Bank

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