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"All economists" and all scientists as well. I found the paper's scope somewhat bizarre, however. Glaeser's inclusion of intentional bias, while clearly present in the scientific community, seems at odds with his perceptive dissection of the subjective obstacles facing scientists. Although, he does decry the increasing custom of ignoring "documenting correlations among clearly endogenous variables." Perhaps he is merely being thorough. I was left with the nagging feeling, as well as learning a bit about "researcher initiative bias," that it may be researcher hunting season, and this paper was aimed at a particular wascawy wabbit.

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