1. Tyler Cowen's Stubborn Attachments—A Review (quillette.com)

  1. Amazon increases minimum wage for all U.S. workers to $15 an hour (techcrunch.com)

  1. Ex-Treasury Secretary Summers Calls Fed Bank Stress Test Results 'Absurd' (bloomberg.com)

  1. Things Fall Apart (Part 2) (epsilontheory.com)

  2. The Super Rich of Silicon Valley Have a Doomsday Escape Plan (bloomberg.com)

  1. On the Threshold of the Third Globalization: Why liberal capitalism might fail (globalpolicyjournal.com)

  2. Don't Blame Lax Antitrust for Spawning Superstars (bloomberg.com)

  3. Our World In Data (ourworldindata.org)

  4. Miami Will Be Underwater Soon. Its Drinking Water Could Go First (bloomberg.com)

  1. Steering by the Socialist Idols in the Heavens Leads Us to Sail Not Towards but Away from the Shores of Utopia (bradford-delong.com)

  2. Are Superstar Firms and Amazon Effects Reshaping the Economy? (nytimes.com)

  3. Men Who Wear Hats (epsilontheory.com)

  4. Everything Is Booming Except for Wages (bloomberg.com)

  1. I Delivered Packages for Amazon and It Was a Nightmare (theatlantic.com)

  2. Recycling in the United States is in serious trouble. How does it work? (mashable.com)

    Contamination levels in America are at 25 percent right now, meaning 1 out 4 items in a recycling bin should actually be thrown in the trash, according to Waste Management.
  3. Money Really Does Lead to a More Satisfying Life (nytimes.com)

  1. How an International Hacker Network Turned Stolen Press Releases into $100M (theverge.com)

  2. Thinking About Thinking: Interview with Tyler Cowen

  1. Why Prosperity Has Increased but Happiness Has Not (nytimes.com)

  2. Google, Apple ditch college degree requirements (axios.com)

  3. We Are All Accumulating Mountains of Things (theatlantic.com)

  1. Paul Singer, Doomsday Investor (newyorker.com)

  1. Americans Own Less Stuff, and That’s Reason to Be Nervous (bloomberg.com)

  2. Turkey’s Financial Crisis Surprised Many. Except This Analyst (nytimes.com)

  3. Bill Gates: Not enough people are paying attention to this economic trend (gatesnotes.com)

  4. $100M Was Once Big Money for a Startup. Now, It’s Common (nytimes.com)

  1. 7 Things to Keep in Mind About Turkey (bloomberg.com)

  2. China-U.S. Trade Spat Is Just a Start to the Economic Cold War (bloomberg.com)

  1. Beijing struggles to defuse anger over China's P2P lending crisis (reuters.com)

  1. Housing market has hit a ‘significant slowdown’ in recent weeks, Redfin CEO says (marketwatch.com)

  1. First Big U.S. Offshore Wind Farm Offers $1.4 Billion to Customers (bloomberg.com)

  1. We Wanted Safer Banks, We Got More Inequality (bloomberg.com)

  2. The Premium Mediocre Life of Maya Millennial (ribbonfarm.com)

  1. Cities’ Offers for Amazon Base Are Secrets Even to Many City Leaders

  2. IMF admits disastrous euro love affair and apologises for immolation of Greece

  1. Bankruptcy Booms Among Older Americans

  1. The Stock Market Is Shrinking. That’s a Problem for Everyone

    It’s not possible for the general public to invest in a diversified portfolio of really small, publicly traded companies in the way they could a few decades ago.
  2. Beijing is planning world’s longest rail tunnel to link Taiwan to mainland

  3. How Tech Billionaires Hack Their Taxes with a Philanthropic Loophole

  1. How America Uses Its Land

  2. The Icarus Moment (epsilontheory.com)

  1. Fidelity Introduces Zero Expense Ratio Index Funds

  2. Japan still has great influence on global financial markets

  1. What Economists Still Don’t Get About the 2008 Crisis

  2. Are Stock Buybacks Starving the Economy?

  3. How Venezuelans became Latin America's new underclass

  1. Kishore Mahbubani: Has the West Lost It? Can Asia Save It?

    In 1950, 3/4 of the world were living in extreme poverty. In 1981, it was still 44%. But by 2016, the share in extreme poverty had fallen below 10%.
  1. How Silicon Valley Fuels an Informal Caste System

  1. The importance of Taleb’s system: from the Fourth Quadrant to the Skin in the Game

  2. Trump Should Just Give People Money

  1. Impersonators who are paid to flirt on dating apps

  2. The Era of Very Low Inflation and Interest Rates May Be Near an End

  3. Think about Equity

  4. On Radical Markets

  1. Co-living in London: Friendship, fines and frustration

  2. Scientists plan huge European AI hub to compete with US

  3. How China Is Buying Its Way into Europe

  1. How Windmills as Wide as Jumbo Jets Are Making Clean Energy Mainstream

  2. Why Invest in Cities? There's Always Another Boise

  1. Two American Power Centers Are About to Clash

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