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Grigory Tovbis

Senior Editor for Economics, Law, Technology

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“I am looking for books about the underlying forces that shape our lives in ways big and small, often without us even realizing it. In economics, this includes everything from large-scale issues of macroeconomics and econometrics to the way that personal decisions are driven by behavioral economics. In law, I’m similarly interested in the workings of courts and legislatures as well as individual behaviors such as recidivism. And in technology, I welcome works on artificial intelligence and the internet as well as tech in the physical realm. I am also eager to see projects that address the intersections of economics, law, and technology in all their various combinations.

With books on any subject, I am most interested in works that make an argument, express a particular point of view, or are driven by a strong narrative voice.”


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