Oldie, but always nice to re-read: How to get a PhD, Dantzig style:
Berkeley, 1939: "On the blackboard there were two problems that I assumed had been assigned for homework. I copied them down. A few days later I apologized to Neyman for taking so long to do…" 1/n pic.twitter.com/OtUstm6KeF
— Beatrice Cherrier (@Undercoverhist) November 6, 2019
Friday will mark three years since demonetisation was announced. This thread is not on its impact on the Indian economy but on a more technical issue in economics — the nature of the money supply process. Demonetisation could be seen as a rare natural experiment in this context
— Niranjan Rajadhyaksha (@CafeEconomics) November 6, 2019
Hi please share brilliant non-fiction reads (books, articles — features/investigative reportage/others) thank you.
— Asmita Bakshi (@asmitabee) November 5, 2019
— Nitin Pai (@acorn) November 5, 2019
1970: One more lane will fix it.
1980: One more lane will fix it.
1990: One more lane will fix it.
2000: One more lane will fix it.
2010: One more lane will fix it.
— Urban Planning & Mobility 🚲🚶♂️🚆 (@urbanthoughts11) November 4, 2019