This is a great riff on how reading works and on the network effects of reading. Links below. Tyler says: … I go through five… Read More »Tyler Cowen on reading fast, reading well, and reading widely
The real ability of the poorest to buy goods and services rose, 1800 to the present, by 3,000 percent. Literally. A factor of thirty. …… Read More »Deirdre McCloskey on liberty and human flourishing
“… when the whole system is producing weak results for nearly every child, then “inclusion” is a false premise. In this situation, it is necessary… Read More »Lant Pritchett on reducing learning poverty: targeted interventions vs systemic change
Ezra Klein: I think we’re very used to thinking about two levels of context that really matter here – what’s happening in your family, like… Read More »Raj Chetty and Ezra Klein on culture, communities and representation
I really enjoyed listening to these two interviews with Raj Chetty. By all accounts (I’m not qualified to judge!) he is a good economist. He… Read More »Podcast Recommendation: two interviews with Raj Chetty
Economics is a critical lens for understanding how change happens, key issues in the politics of justice and equality, and for building effective organisations. If… Read More »Resource: Introduction to Economics at Marginal Revolution University
This is a great introduction (or reminder) about emergent order in the complex adaptive system that is the economy.