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- How this all happened, via Sundaresh Sankaran.
- A different take on farm loan waivers (and their being ill-targeted, at best)
- Scalability, effectiveness and consistency.
- Growth, at all costs. But growth there is.
- About 3 cents. That’s what your information is worth online.
- Urbanization: the potential pitfalls.
- Old but gold. I chanced upon this while reading up on Kader Khan. (I’ll say it again: used properly, Twitter is gold)
- How many jobs does India need? (Who knows?)
- Sentence of the year, already.
“References to George Orwell’s novel “1984” are also forbidden.”
- Further reading on the Chinese slowdown.
- Walking across Antarctica.
- China, the BRI and the dollar.
- Nouriel Roubini on President Trump and thee American economy.
- Kicking the Euro can down the road.
- Econ 101.
- “On what principle is it that, when we see nothing but improvement behind us, we are to expect nothing but deterioration before us?”
I had no clue about this, and thoroughly enjoyed reading it.
- Brad DeLong is most displeased.
- Saving the tortilla.
- A better way to process this link is to immerse yourself on the two books by Bill Bryson on Britain.
- Big data and the census. Wayyyy tl;dr? Complements or substitutes?