Sunday, April 26, 2015


As part of the never-ending quest to help earn Rochester the respect that it deserves, I recently wrote a book entitled Rochesternomics: Why, Statistically Speaking, You Should Live in Rochester, NY.  The goal of the book is to use data to overcome perception and illustrate not only an acceptable region but quite possibly one of the most desirable regions in the country.  Reasons to not buy this book include:

  • It may not be that good.
  • You would rather spend the money on beer.

On the other hand, the book could be a useful resource for community businesses, universities, and residents in general to help Rochester attract the talent that it clearly warrants.  Reasons to consider it include:
  • It's really short.  It's listed as 80 pages but really has about 50 pages of reading.
  • It's pretty cheap at $8.99.  The ebook, which will be available in about a month, is cheaper.

Here is the link on Amazon.

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