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This site hosts a [https://www.mediawiki.org mediawiki]-based collaboration platform, which provides a development environment, documentation, and content, for [[affiliate]]d economic researchers, as well as computer scientists and finance professionals. It primarily supports research lead by or conducted in partnership with [[Ed Egan]]. Accordingly, much of the platform is targeted towards research in corporate finance, industrial organization, business economics, and firm strategy, especially as it is applied to the fields of entrepreneurship and innovation. However, the [[tool|tools]], [[data]], and other [[projects|project]] outputs it documents are applicable to many other disciplines and topic areas.
 
This site hosts a [https://www.mediawiki.org mediawiki]-based collaboration platform, which provides a development environment, documentation, and content, for [[affiliate]]d economic researchers, as well as computer scientists and finance professionals. It primarily supports research lead by or conducted in partnership with [[Ed Egan]]. Accordingly, much of the platform is targeted towards research in corporate finance, industrial organization, business economics, and firm strategy, especially as it is applied to the fields of entrepreneurship and innovation. However, the [[tool|tools]], [[data]], and other [[projects|project]] outputs it documents are applicable to many other disciplines and topic areas.
  
Previous incarnations of this wiki supported the Georgetown University team working on [[Kauffman Incubator Project]], the work done by over [[McNair Team|70 research interns]] at the [[McNair Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation]] at Rice University's Baker Institute, and the doctoral community at the Haas School of Business, U.C. Berkeley, especially in the [[Business and Public Policy]] group. Much of this content, as well as several hundred pages from prior versions of Ed's personal website, is available as a part of the [[Information Library]]. A variety of [[how-to]] and [[guide|guides]], including documentation on how to build and configure [[Research Computing Infrastructure]], and other useful resources are also archived there.
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Previous incarnations of this wiki supported the Georgetown University team working on [[Kauffman Incubator Project]], the work done by over [[McNair Team|70 research interns]] at the [[McNair Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation]] at Rice University's Baker Institute, and the doctoral community at the Haas School of Business, U.C. Berkeley, especially in the [[Business and Public Policy]] group. Much of this content, as well as several hundred pages from prior versions of Ed's personal website, is available as a part of the [[Information Library]]. A variety of [[how-to]]s and [[guide|guides]], including documentation on how to build and configure [[Research Computing Infrastructure]], and other useful resources are also archived there.
  
 
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An Economic Research Wiki

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This site hosts a mediawiki-based collaboration platform, which provides a development environment, documentation, and content, for affiliated economic researchers, as well as computer scientists and finance professionals. It primarily supports research lead by or conducted in partnership with Ed Egan. Accordingly, much of the platform is targeted towards research in corporate finance, industrial organization, business economics, and firm strategy, especially as it is applied to the fields of entrepreneurship and innovation. However, the tools, data, and other project outputs it documents are applicable to many other disciplines and topic areas.

Previous incarnations of this wiki supported the Georgetown University team working on Kauffman Incubator Project, the work done by over 70 research interns at the McNair Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation at Rice University's Baker Institute, and the doctoral community at the Haas School of Business, U.C. Berkeley, especially in the Business and Public Policy group. Much of this content, as well as several hundred pages from prior versions of Ed's personal website, is available as a part of the Information Library. A variety of how-tos and guides, including documentation on how to build and configure Research Computing Infrastructure, and other useful resources are also archived there.

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2020-09
The Configuration on Mother, which hosts this site, was completely updated. Mother now runs Ubuntu 20.04, PhP 7.3, MySQL 8.0.21, Postgresql 12, Mediawiki 1.34, Wordpress 5.5.1, etc. The wiki and the blog also received design upgrades.
2020-09-19
Installed Extension:HitCounters, so the hit counts start from this date.
2020-10-20
Launched the new blog named The Economics of Growth. /blogis now the landing subdomain.