Good search engines like Google make it easy to find what you are looking for on the world wide web, or indeed on any website, including this one: <http://www.j-bradford-delong.net/>.
But how are you to learn what you can search for? If you are to construct a useful search, you first of all need "metadata": information about the information collection you are searching, some hints as to what you might be able to find if you searched properly.
The idea of the links below is that they will serve as a semi-subject-index to Brad DeLong's website: a set of key phrases that will serve as a substitute for subject headings, and that will pull up interesting results when clicked on and fed to google.
Subjects Covered on This Website: (searched out by google):