so what's your preference now? I would assume not much has changed, but that's just because Caltech will guarantee excellent weather
My preference is very complicated at this point in time and not rationalizable by any reasonably behaved utility function. They offer an excellent package, and I would have access to many other resources there. They have excellent behavioral economists in various departments, they do computational economics (being in the same school as one of the best CS departments in the world), UPitt has joint seminars in experimental I think, and they have an excellent Stats Department, especially for Bayesian stuff.
But Caltech is probably still at the top of my list right now. I want to fly out there and see what things are like.
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