A very nice tribute to Zellner from statistician Andrew Gelman (despite the slam on econ-style seminars) that includes some interesting thoughts about Bayesianism in economics.
I took Zellner's course when I was a graduate student at Chicago and learned a lot from it. I also met someone I ended up going out with for several years, but I think that is less common.
Who was my favorite student this term?
4 years ago