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Professionally, a consulting economist working in the Yukon since 1989.  
Professionally, I am a consulting economist working in the [[Yukon]] since 1989.  
Also an amateur woodworker (see http://www.yukonomics.ca/wooddorking/) with a long history of participating in the rec.woodworking usenet newsgroup group
I am also an amateur woodworker (see http://www.yukonomics.ca/wooddorking/) with a long history of participating in the rec.woodworking [[usenet]] newsgroup. My web page is at http://www.yukonomics.ca and my Curriculum Vitae at http://www.yukonomics.ca/cve.html.
Web page is at www.yukonomics.ca and Curriculum vitae at http://www.yukonomics.ca/cve.html.


I intend to contribute mainly to articles related to the Yukon and to woodworking, but also might make marginal contributions to economics articles. I am sure Citizendium will find people much more qualified than I am on economics. Woodworking will be harder, as most woodworkers would rather spend time in the shop making stuff rather than writing about it.




[[Category:CZ Authors|Zanasi, Luigi]]
[[Category:CZ Authors|Zanasi, Luigi]]
[[Category: Economics Authors|Zanasi, Luigi]]
[[Category: Economics Authors|Zanasi, Luigi]]
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Revision as of 13:08, 22 March 2007

Professionally, I am a consulting economist working in the Yukon since 1989. I am also an amateur woodworker (see http://www.yukonomics.ca/wooddorking/) with a long history of participating in the rec.woodworking usenet newsgroup. My web page is at http://www.yukonomics.ca and my Curriculum Vitae at http://www.yukonomics.ca/cve.html.

I intend to contribute mainly to articles related to the Yukon and to woodworking, but also might make marginal contributions to economics articles. I am sure Citizendium will find people much more qualified than I am on economics. Woodworking will be harder, as most woodworkers would rather spend time in the shop making stuff rather than writing about it.