Journaltalk

Open commentary on scholarly articles.

Welcome to Journaltalk: the platform of article-specific discussions. All content is user-driven.

Learn more: Take the 60 second Journaltalk tour.

  1. Find Discussions of articles.
  2. Join Discussions to comment on articles in leading journals.
  3. Add Article Info to open new discussions.

Why should I use Jt?

  • Jt exposes what lies between the lines.
  • Jt criticism helps me see how academic publishing really works.
  • When I read an article I sometimes find serious problems. Jt enables me to develop my criticisms.
  • Jt enables me to air my criticisms of an article.
  • Jt makes researchers accountable. The critical commentary makes fascinating reading.
  • Jt shows me which articles in my field people care about.
  • Jt shows me how readers react to articles I've published.
  • I use Jt to post updates and second-thoughts about my own articles.

Newest Comments

  1. Marvin McConoughey commented on The War on Cash: A Review of Kenneth Rogoff's "The Curse of Cash" at 09:06 PM01 Jun.
  2. Eric Rasmusen commented on Econ 101 Morality: The Amiable, the Mundane, and the Market at 05:02 PM01 Feb.
  3. Steven Rogers commented on Economists on the Welfare State and the Regulatory State: Why Don't Any Argue in Favor of One and Against the Other? A Symposium Prologue at 10:11 AM19 Nov.
  4. Sanjeev Sabhlok commented on Liberalism in India at 04:10 PM11 Oct.
  5. AlanTan commented on Faculty Voter Registration in Economics, History, Journalism, Law, and Psychology at 10:10 AM07 Oct.

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02 Mar

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