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From [email protected] Thu Apr  1 10:19:45 1993
Path: uunet!bounce-back
From: [email protected] (Forrest Smith)
Newsgroups: news.announce.newgroups,news.groups,sci.econ,alt.politics.economics
Subject: RFD: sci.econ.research moderated
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Date: 31 Mar 1993 20:22:39 -0500
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This is the initial posting of the RFD for sci.econ.research (moderated).

REQUEST FOR DISCUSSION:

	of the creation of a MODERATED newsgroup called "sci.econ.research."

	This RFD is cross-posted to sci.econ and to alt.politics.economics.

PURPOSE:

	The purpose of the newsgroup sci.econ.research will be for
	the exchange of information about new lines of research,
	new methods of research, and results of current research
	in economics.

	Research in all fields of economics will be considered.

	Discussion of the articles presented in sci.econ.research
	will be directed to the newsgroup sci.econ.  In this manner,
        readers will be encouraged to continue to read sci.econ.

        The contents of sci.econ.research will be archived.

RATIONALE:

	As a branch of the social sciences, economic issues are studied at
	all major universities.  The consequences of the findings of those
	studies impact upon all aspects of life in the form of government
	activities and business decisions.

	It is hoped that the creation of the group "sci.econ.research" will
	engender greater cooperation and sharing of information among
	professionals within the field.  Specifically, by limiting the
	discussion in the group to pertinent research topics, it is
	hoped that more professional economists will be induced to 
	participate in the exchange of ideas facilitated by Usenet.

MODERATORS:

	The group "sci.econ.research" will be moderated by Forrest Smith,
	a member of the staff of the Department of Economics at Duke 
	University.  In extreme cases, articles will be directed to
        members of a panel of professional economists for an informed
        decision regarding the articles' relevance to sci.econ.research.

NEWSGROUP CREATION:

	Please post discussions in news.groups.

	If there are no significant modifications to the proposal arising
   	from the discussion, the first Call For Votes will be posted on
        May 1, 1993, with the vote scheduled to end on May 24, 1993.
-- 
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From [email protected] Fri Apr 16 16:28:06 1993
Path: uunet!bounce-back
From: [email protected] (Forrest Smith)
Newsgroups: news.announce.newgroups,news.groups,sci.econ,alt.politics.economics
Subject: 2nd RFD: sci.econ.research moderated
Followup-To: news.groups
Date: 16 Apr 1993 16:06:14 -0400
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This is the second posting of the RFD for sci.econ.research (moderated).

REQUEST FOR DISCUSSION:

	of the creation of a MODERATED newsgroup called "sci.econ.research."

	This RFD is cross-posted to sci.econ and to alt.politics.economics.

PURPOSE:

	The purpose of the newsgroup sci.econ.research will be for
	the exchange of information about new lines of research,
	new methods of research, and results of current research
	in economics.  In addition, announcements of professional
        conferences, and "calls for papers," will be welcome.

	Research in all fields of economics will be considered.

	Discussion of the articles presented in sci.econ.research
	will be directed to the newsgroup sci.econ.  In this manner,
        readers will be encouraged to continue to read sci.econ.

        The contents of sci.econ.research will be archived.

RATIONALE:

	As a branch of the social sciences, economic issues are studied at
	all major universities.  The consequences of the findings of those
	studies impact upon all aspects of life in the form of government
	activities and business decisions.

	It is hoped that the creation of the group "sci.econ.research" will
	engender greater cooperation and sharing of information among
	professionals within the field.  Specifically, by limiting the
	discussion in the group to pertinent research topics, it is
	hoped that more professional economists will be induced to 
	participate in the exchange of ideas facilitated by Usenet.

MODERATORS:

	The group "sci.econ.research" will be moderated by Forrest Smith,
	a member of the staff of the Department of Economics at Duke 
	University.  In extreme cases, articles will be directed to
        members of a panel of professional economists for an informed
        decision regarding the articles' relevance to sci.econ.research.

NEWSGROUP CREATION:

	The discussion period is planned to continue until  
        April 30, 1993.

	Please post discussions in news.groups.

	If there are no significant modifications to the proposal arising
   	from the discussion, the first Call For Votes will be posted on
        May 1, 1993, with the vote scheduled to end on May 24, 1993.
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From [email protected] Thu May  6 15:00:31 1993
Path: uunet!bounce-back
From: [email protected] (Forrest Smith)
Newsgroups: news.announce.newgroups,news.groups,sci.econ,alt.politics.economics
Subject: CFV: sci.econ.research moderated
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Date: 4 May 1993 19:51:18 -0400
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This is the initial Call For Votes (CFV) for sci.econ.research (moderated).
This CFV was posted on May 4, 1993.  The vote will conclude on May 28,1993
at 23:59 UTC.  All votes must be received by the vote counter during
the period May 3 through May 28, 1993, in order to be counted.

TO VOTE:

	In order to vote, mail your ballot to

	         [email protected]

        In the body of your message, indicate unambiguously
        your vote.  That is, state unequivocably
        "I vote FOR sci.econ.research" or
        "I vote AGAINST sci.econ.research," or
        indicate "YES" or "NO" in an equally unambiguous manner.

        Each ballot must be accompanied by a functioning
        email address for returned mail and replies, as well
        as the voter's name.

        Only one vote will be counted for each address.
        In cases of duplicate votes from one individual, the
        final vote received will be the one counted.

        The Charter for "sci.econ.research (moderated)" and
        a description of the moderator follow.

CHARTER:

	The purpose of the newsgroup sci.econ.research will be for
	the exchange of information about new lines of research,
	new methods of research, and results of current research
	in economics.  In addition, announcements of professional
        conferences, "calls for papers," and other information
        of interest to economists will be considered, based on
        pertinence, interest level, and the amount of traffic
        appearing on the newsgroup.  Posts of informational value 
        may be combined into single postings at the discretion of 
        the moderator.

	Research in all fields of economics will be considered.

MODERATION:

	The group "sci.econ.research" will be moderated by Forrest Smith,
	a member of the staff of the Department of Economics at Duke 
	University.  In extreme cases, articles will be directed to
        members of a panel of professional economists for an informed
        decision regarding the articles' relevance to sci.econ.research.

	Discussion of the articles presented in sci.econ.research
        will be considered for posting in sci.econ.research.
        Such discussion will be closely monitored by the moderator,
        and the presentation of the discussion may be edited, at
        the moderator's discretion, to adhere to the moderator's
        perception of readability and aesthetics.  The moderator
        may combine several articles of discussion into a single
        article, with the contributors' contributions to the 
        compilation clearly attributed.

        Authors of submitted material must be unambiguously identified 
        for consideration for inclusion in sci.econ.research.
        No personal attacks will be tolerated within the newsgroup.

        The contents of sci.econ.research will be archived, along with
        all articles submitted to sci.econ.research.

From [email protected] Thu May 20 09:56:19 1993
Path: uunet!bounce-back
From: [email protected] (Forrest Smith)
Newsgroups: news.announce.newgroups,news.groups,sci.econ,alt.politics.economics
Subject: 2nd CFV: sci.econ.research moderated
Followup-To: poster
Date: 19 May 1993 13:49:12 -0400
Organization: Duke University; Durham, N.C.
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This is the second (and final) Call For Votes (CFV) for 
sci.econ.research (moderated).  The vote will conclude on
May 28, 1993 at 23:59 UTC.  All votes must be received by
the vote counter by the end of May 28, 1993, in order to be
counted.

TO VOTE:

	In order to vote, mail your ballot to

	         [email protected]

        In the body of your message, indicate unambiguously
        your vote.  That is, state unequivocably
        "I vote FOR sci.econ.research" or
        "I vote AGAINST sci.econ.research," or
        indicate "YES" or "NO" in an equally unambiguous manner.

        Each ballot must be accompanied by a functioning
        email address for returned mail and replies, as well
        as the voter's name.

        Only one vote will be counted for each address.
        In cases of duplicate votes from one individual, the
        final vote received will be the one counted.

        The Charter for "sci.econ.research (moderated)" and
        a description of the moderator follow.

CHARTER:

	The purpose of the newsgroup sci.econ.research will be for
	the exchange of information about new lines of research,
	new methods of research, and results of current research
	in economics.  In addition, announcements of professional
        conferences, "calls for papers," and other information
        of interest to economists will be considered, based on
        pertinence, interest level, and the amount of traffic
        appearing on the newsgroup.  Posts of informational value 
        may be combined into single postings at the discretion of 
        the moderator.

	Research in all fields of economics will be considered.

MODERATION:

	The group "sci.econ.research" will be moderated by Forrest Smith,
	a member of the staff of the Department of Economics at Duke 
	University.  In extreme cases, articles will be directed to
        members of a panel of professional economists for an informed
        decision regarding the articles' relevance to sci.econ.research.

	Discussion of the articles presented in sci.econ.research
        will be considered for posting in sci.econ.research.
        Such discussion will be closely monitored by the moderator,
        and the presentation of the discussion may be edited, at
        the moderator's discretion, to adhere to the moderator's
        perception of readability and aesthetics.  The moderator
        may combine several articles of discussion into a single
        article, with the contributors' contributions to the 
        compilation clearly attributed.

        Authors of submitted material must be unambiguously identified 
        for consideration for inclusion in sci.econ.research.
        No personal attacks will be tolerated within the newsgroup.

        The contents of sci.econ.research will be archived, along with
        all articles submitted to sci.econ.research.

From [email protected] Mon Jun  7 10:38:23 1993
Path: uunet!bounce-back
From: [email protected] (Forrest Smith)
Newsgroups: news.announce.newgroups,news.groups,sci.econ,alt.politics.economics
Subject: RESULT: sci.econ.research passes, 405:21
Followup-To: news.groups
Date: 4 Jun 1993 14:27:15 -0400
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	Sci.econ.research (moderated) has been approved by
a vote of 405-21.

	There were very few voting irregularites.  There was only
one identified instance of one person's name being used for two
votes, and that was not done with the knowledge of the named
person, whose vote was counted once.  There were a few ballots
received without proper names attached, and those ballots were
rectified by the voters before the votes were counted.  There was
a brief period when the vote-receiving account was not functioning
properly, but the problem was noted in sci.econ and news.groups,
and as it occurred late in the voting period, it is not likely it
had an impact that would have changed the voting outcome.  One
vote was received after the end of voting and was not counted,
and one vote was received without a name, too late to be notified,
and was not counted.  One vote was received from Nigel the Lemur,
which was not counted.

	Considering the magnitude of the majority, I don't think
there can be any controversy regarding the outcome of the vote.
Regardless, there will be a five-day waiting period after this 
notice appears in news.announce.newsgroups during which any serious 
concerns or corrections to the results list should be raised.
If no major objections are made, newgroup control messages will
be sent out by the moderator of news.announce.newgroups,
David Lawrence.

	The vote was propagated from a wide range of participants,
>from all over the world.  There were a few pockets of relatively
intense voting (particularly the University of Michigan, and a
late surge from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro),
but no one voting site submitted a significant percentage of the
total vote.

	Thanks to all for their participation in the process.

				- Forrest Smith

	Here is the complete list of voters and their votes:

[email protected] (Donna Anderson) - yes
[email protected] (Andrew B. Lyon) - yes

[email protected] (Wilfried Philipp) - yes
[email protected] (Ethan Ligon) - yes
[email protected] (Arna Desser) - yes
[email protected] (Adriano Azevedo-Filho) - yes
ae547yfn.ysu.edu (Ronda Hauben) - no
[email protected] (Jay Hauben) - no
[email protected] (Arne Hallam) - yes
[email protected] (Dan Schiffer) - yes
[email protected] (Ahmed Al-Ashabb) - yes
[email protected]@cmsa.berkeley.edu (Kuan-Pin Lin) - yes
[email protected] (Ajay Shah) - yes
[email protected] (Ajit Ranade) - yes
[email protected] (Alan Deardorff) - yes
[email protected] (Alasdair Smith) - yes
[email protected] (Craig Albert) - yes
[email protected] (Stuart Allen) - yes
[email protected] (Liu Ming Hua) - yes
[email protected] (Gary S. Anderson) - yes
[email protected] (Andrew P. Meyer) - yes
[email protected] (George Antony) - yes
[email protected] (Robert D. West) - yes
[email protected] (Arjo Klamer) - yes
[email protected] (Ashish Arora) - yes
[email protected] (Avery Katz) - yes

[email protected] (Bill Barnett) - yes
[email protected] (Humberto Barreto) - yes
[email protected] (Christopher F. Baum) - yes
[email protected] (Barbara R. Bergman) - yes
[email protected] (David Bellamy) - yes
[email protected] (David A. Belsley) - yes
[email protected] (Paul Beaumont) - yes
[email protected] (George D. Greenwade) - no
[email protected] (Sohrab Behdad) - yes
[email protected] (Bengt Nattorp) - yes
[email protected] (Bengt Larsson) - yes
[email protected] (Gill Goffe) - yes
[email protected] (Brian Humes) - yes
[email protected] (Michael Bischof) - yes
[email protected] (Christine E. Bishop) - yes
[email protected] (Brett Koffmann) - yes
[email protected] (Blake LeBaron) - yes
[email protected] (John H. Boyd, III) - yes
[email protected] (Bob Parks) - yes
[email protected] (Andrew C. Brod) - yes
[email protected] (Burton Hollifield) - yes

[email protected] (Albert Aronovich) - yes
[email protected] (Christopher J. Hammond) - yes
[email protected] (Bruce Caldwell) - yes
[email protected] (Richard Jensen) - no
[email protected] (Jonathan Cave) - yes
[email protected] (Charles F. Kramer) - yes
[email protected] (Minh Quang Dao) - yes
[email protected] (Paul G. Straub) - yes
[email protected] (Charles Grim) - yes
[email protected] (Charles A. Fleischman) - yes
charles=revier%econ%[email protected] (Charles F. Revier) - yes
chippo%[email protected] (Robert Young) - yes
[email protected] (Pin-Huant Chou) - yes
[email protected] (Chris Birchenhall) - yes
[email protected] (Chris Holt) - yes
[email protected] (Michael Suk-Young Chwe) - yes
[email protected] (W. H. Watt) - yes
[email protected] (Christopher J. Pikus) - no
[email protected] (Randy Clark) - yes
[email protected] (Chris Foote) - yes
[email protected] (Juan Carlos Martinez Coll) - yes
[email protected] (Richard L. Cook) - yes
[email protected] (Dave Croson) - yes
[email protected] (Charles Plott) - yes
[email protected] (David W. Crawford) - yes
[email protected] (Charles Staelin) - yes
[email protected] (Christian Zimmermann) - yes

[email protected] (Darcy Semeniuk) - no
[email protected] (David Hummels) - yes
[email protected] (David Lam) - yes
[email protected] (David W. Meyer) - yes
[email protected] (David Friedman) - yes
[email protected] (Pedro J. F. de Lima) - yes
[email protected] (David desJardins) - yes
[email protected] (David Goldreich) - yes
[email protected] (Donald E. Hatfield) - yes 
[email protected] (D. H. Wilson) - yes
[email protected] (Dennis R. Leyden) - yes
[email protected] (Doug McCready) - yes
[email protected] (Dan Newlon) - yes
[email protected] (Don Cram) - yes
[email protected] (Martin D. Dooley) - yes
[email protected] (Asif Dowla) - yes
[email protected] (David J. Rostker) - yes
[email protected] (Dan Rubenson) - yes
[email protected] (D. T. Pritts) - yes
[email protected] (Marc Duhamel) - yes

[email protected] (Werner Eberl) - yes
[email protected] (Eleanor Brown) - yes
[email protected] (Dipendra Sinha) - yes
[email protected] (John H. Dewhurst) - yes
[email protected] (Elizabeth Ayer) - yes
[email protected] (Carson Bays) - yes
[email protected] (Kerk L. Phillips) - yes
[email protected] (Paolo M. Fabbri) - yes
[email protected] (John P. Bigelow) - yes
[email protected] (Angelo M. Cardani) - yes
[email protected] (Nilss Olekalns) - yes
[email protected] (Steven L. Boyce) - yes
[email protected] (Thomas D. Donley) - yes
[email protected] (Phil Rothman) - yes
[email protected] (Jim Fang) - yes
[email protected] (Teck-wong Sooni) - yes
[email protected] (Bill Mitchell) - yes
[email protected] (Ed Greenberg) - yes
[email protected] (Eduardo Ley) - yes
[email protected] (Evelyn Fink) - yes
[email protected] (Yavor P. Efremov) - yes
[email protected] (Eric. J. Olson) - no
[email protected] (Willem Elbers) - yes
[email protected] (Carlos G. Elias) - yes
[email protected] (Esfandiar Maasoumi) - yes
[email protected] (Ross B. Emmett) - yes
[email protected] (Edward Vielmetti) - yes
[email protected] (Vincent Daly) - yes
[email protected] (Eric Rasmusen) - yes
[email protected] (E. Roy Weintraub) - yes
[email protected] (Eleanor Thomas) - yes
[email protected] (Eugene H. Simpson, III) - yes

[email protected] (Reynolds Griffith) - yes
[email protected] (Andy Kohen) - yes
[email protected] (J. Scott Farrow) - yes
[email protected] (James E. Ferguson) - no
[email protected] (Rudy Fichtenbaum) - yes
[email protected] (Lee Fischman) - yes
[email protected]ty.ac.uk (Scott Moss) - yes
[email protected] (Forrest Smith) - yes
[email protected] (Felice Martinello) - yes
[email protected] (Ed Foster) - yes
[email protected] (Murray Frank) - yes
[email protected] (Gregory C. Franklin) - yes
[email protected] (Sean Ryan) - yes
[email protected] (Y. Fujimori) - no

[email protected] (Georgy Ganev) - yes
[email protected] (Sebastian Garcia) - yes
[email protected] (George A. Chressanthis) - yes
[email protected] (Gabriel G. Torres) - yes
[email protected] (Herbert Gintis) - yes
[email protected] (Gregory J. Hickel) - yes
[email protected] (Stuart M. Glosser) - yes
[email protected] (George R. Neumann) - yes
[email protected] (Paul Gomme) - yes
[email protected] (Gregory Karakoulas) - yes
[email protected] (Seth Grimes) - yes
[email protected] (Gabriel Talmain) - yes
[email protected] (Guy Schiavone) - no

[email protected] (Hedley Rees) - yes
[email protected] (Hal Varian) - yes
[email protected] (Robin Hanson) - yes
[email protected] (Rick Hanushek) - yes
[email protected] (Tak Arthur Hau) - yes
[email protected] (Heine Rasmussen) - yes
[email protected] (B. J. Herbison) - yes
[email protected] (Jeanne C. Hey) - yes
[email protected] (Herbert M. Petro) - no
[email protected] (Emily Hoffman) - yes
howlandf%[email protected] (Frank Howland) - yes
[email protected] (Laura Huntoon) - yes

[email protected] (Orn Bodvarsson) - yes
[email protected] (Timothy Iijima) - yes
[email protected] (Ian Davidson) - yes
[email protected] (Ilja Summala) - yes
[email protected] (Ivo Welch) - yes
[email protected] (Ian W. Rongve) - yes

[email protected] (Jenny Brindle) - yes
[email protected] (Graham Hall) - yes
[email protected] (Jim Chalfant) - yes
[email protected] (Jason Christian) - yes
[email protected] (Jay Zagorsky) - yes
[email protected] (Jurgen Brauer) - yes
[email protected] (Jingbin Cao) - yes
[email protected] (Jairo Castano-Galvez) - yes
[email protected] (J. Cummins) - yes
[email protected] (Jim Dalen) - yes
[email protected] (John Douglas Pritchard) - yes
[email protected] (Jeff Campbell) - yes
[email protected] (Mark J. Jensen) - yes
[email protected] (Max Jerrell) - yes
[email protected] (John Fitzgerald) - yes
[email protected] (Joe Friedman) - yes
[email protected] (Joel Hasbrouck) - yes
[email protected] (Jim Hightower) - yes
[email protected] (Jim Ratliff) - yes
[email protected] (Joe Kahn) - yes
[email protected] (Jeff Mackie-Mason) - yes
[email protected] (Mike Orszag) - yes
[email protected] (John Murray) - yes
[email protected] (John E. Burton, Jr.) - yes
[email protected] (Pete Johnson) - yes
[email protected] (Phil Johnson) - yes
[email protected] (Joseph E. Swierzbinski) - yes
[email protected] (John Palmer) - yes
[email protected] (Jeral Poskey) - yes
[email protected] (Jeff Racine) - yes
[email protected] (Jack Riley) - yes
[email protected] (Jason M. Shachat) - yes
[email protected] (Jean Shackelford) - yes
[email protected] (John L. Solow) - yes

[email protected] (Atro Makila) - yes
[email protected] (Eric Cassel) - yes
[email protected] (Gordon Crawford) - yes
[email protected] (Kari Kivela) - yes
[email protected] (Mark Kamstra) - yes
[email protected] (Puneet Kapur) - yes
[email protected] (Katsuhiko Kawai) - yes
[email protected] (King Banaian) - yes
[email protected] (Kamal Desai) - yes
[email protected] (Kenneth R. Weiss) - yes
[email protected] (Kenneth White) - yes
[email protected] (Ken Evans) - yes
[email protected] (Ken Rose) - yes
[email protected] (Kevin Carothers) - yes
[email protected] (Kevin Hassett) - yes
[email protected] (Sung Hyun Kim) - yes
[email protected] (Klaus Kostenbauer) - yes
klel%[email protected] (Stephen Larli) - yes
[email protected] (Rob Knauerhase) - no
[email protected] (Ruud H. Koning) - yes
[email protected] (Bonnie Korenblat) - yes
[email protected] (Karl B. Radov) - yes
[email protected] (Anton Hausen) - yes
[email protected] (Silvia S. Kwan) - yes

[email protected] (Shawn LaMaster) - yes 
[email protected] (Steven E. Landsburg) - yes
[email protected] (Larry Samuleson) - yes
[email protected] (Lauren Landsburg) - yes
[email protected] (Doris Lehnert) - yes
[email protected] (Seth A. Greenblatt) - yes
[email protected] (Dennis Patrick Leyden) - yes 
[email protected] (Albert Lin) - no
[email protected] (Bernhard Lorenz) - yes
[email protected] (Lones A. Smith) - yes
[email protected] (Lakshmi K. Raut) - yes
[email protected] (Laurence C. Rosenberg) - yes
[email protected] (Linda Lucas) - yes
[email protected] (Luke Froeb) - yes

m1dxm00%[email protected] (Doug McManus) - yes
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[email protected] (Nick Bull) - yes
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[email protected] (Stewart Mayhew) - yes
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[email protected] (Michael Ward) - yes
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[email protected] (Bruce McCullough) - yes
[email protected] (Mike Fuller) - yes
[email protected] (Matt Power) - no
[email protected] (Michael Perelman) - yes
[email protected] (Mike Sierra) - yes
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[email protected] (Mariano Rojas-Herrara) - yes
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[email protected] (Len Gill) - yes
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[email protected] (Chris Phillips) - yes
[email protected] (Paul E. Hoffman) - yes
[email protected] (Keith Bockus) - yes
[email protected] (Plutarchos Sakellaris) - yes
[email protected] (Philip J. McLewin) - yes
[email protected] (Praveen Mohanty) - yes
[email protected] (Pasquale J. Rocco) - yes
[email protected] (Paul W. Schleck) - yes
[email protected] (Philip William Sprunger) - yes
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[email protected] (Richard W. Stratton) - yes
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[email protected] (Robert Averitt) - yes
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[email protected] (Ronald Fischer) - yes
[email protected] (Russell D. Murphy, Jr.) - yes
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[email protected] (Robert Brown) - yes
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[email protected] (Rob Trevor) - yes
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[email protected] (Roland Michelitsch) - yes
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[email protected] (Ron.Cronovich) - yes
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[email protected] (Paul Rousseau) - no
[email protected] (Rolf Piekarz) - yes
[email protected] (Dereka Rushbrook) - yes
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[email protected] (Nicolas Schmitt) - yes
[email protected] (Sam Dinkin) - yes
[email protected] (Sunando Sen) - yes
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[email protected] (Sara Reiter) - yes
[email protected] (Sam R. Sicilia) - yes
[email protected] (Lukasz Konopielko) - yes
[email protected] (Scott Susin) - yes
[email protected] (Bogdan Stefanski) - yes
[email protected] (Stephen Gordon) - yes
[email protected] (Steve Berry) - yes
[email protected] (Alan C. Stockman) - yes
[email protected] (Leonie Stone) - yes
[email protected] (Frank Strobel) - yes
[email protected] (Stuart Gillan) - yes
[email protected] (Sudha Neelahantan) - yes
[email protected] (Alexandre Borges Sugiyama) - yes
[email protected] (Sukanda Luangon) - yes
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[email protected] (Michael Sykuta) - yes

[email protected] (Thomas Krichel) - yes
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[email protected] (Ted Frank) - yes
[email protected] (Thomas Richard Kerr) - yes
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[email protected] (Todd Cooper) - yes

[email protected] (Timothy C. Pitts) - yes
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[email protected] (Wen Xue) - yes
[email protected] (Rob McClelland) - yes

[email protected] (Yi Liu) - yes
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[email protected] (Zhiqi Chen) - yes
[email protected] (E. Unal Zenginobuz) - yes
[email protected] (John Xu Zheng) - yes

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Subject: RFD:  sci.econ.research moderated
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This is a request for discussion for a new newsgroup, sci.econ.research.
It is to be a moderated newsgroup; one of the important tasks is to locate
a suitable moderator.  

sci.econ is a popular sort of group, with a lot of discussion in it that
has political or philosophical leanings (e.g. cross-posts from 
alt.individualism).  The name is good enough to attrach the interest of
people doing serious research in economics -- academics, people in the
securities industry, business and finance types -- but the level of
discussion is disappointing.

sci.econ.research is to be a moderated newsgroup, with a moderator or
group of moderators working to keep the signal-to-noise ratio reasonable.
Archives of past sci.econ.research will be available for review, and the
list will be cataloged by the Library of Congress (their ISSN system).
In short, everything you'd do to put together a J Am Finance or an
Int Review Econometric Forecasting, except of course that there's no need
to arrange for printing.

Step one is to write a newsgroup charter, describing the proposed focus
of the group; to put together a group that would act as an editorial
advisory board; and to locate a moderator.  Once these are settled the
process of gathering interest and collecting votes can move forward.

Discussion to news.groups, or mail to
	[email protected]
if you're interested in constructing and/or moderating the group.  

--Ed
-- 
Edward Vielmetti, [email protected]
MSEN Inc., 628 Brooks, Ann Arbor MI  48103 +1 313 741 1120

B. A. Economics, U of Michigan 1988	<- obligatory credentials

 
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