Post Profile






Sunday assorted links

1. Ursula Le Guin profile.  And Bob Dylan as Richard Wagner. 2. Tom Sietsema on the Michelin picks for D.C. 3. Maria Konnikova reviews Tim Harford at NYT. 4. Inaction markets in everything, age of television college football edition. 5. David Warsh on the Laureates. 6. If you could get everyone to read one book, […] The post Sunday assorted links appeared first on Marginal REVOLUTION.
read more

share

Related Posts


Assorted links

Academics / Political Science : Marginal Revolution

1. Phone lets you send smells rather than texts. 2. Reports of the death of net neutrality are much exaggerated. 3. The Wall Street Journal reviews the new Tim Harford book, which is excellent and now out.  And a good Pearlstein rev...

Jonah Lehrer: he’s baaaaack

Academics : Pharyngula

Lehrer has landed a new book deal. This has sparked justifiable disgust: Maria Konnikova explains why. Lehrer is not the writer who simply made up a few Bob Dylan quotes and self-plagiarized (the way he’s portrayed in recent account...

Friday assorted links

Academics / Political Science : Marginal Revolution

1. NYT Adam Shatz profile of Kamasi Washington. 2. Ryan Avent on how ideological are economists? 3. Excellent TNR review on Tim Leonard’s excellent new book on eugenics and the history of progressive economic thought. 4. The demands...

Sunday assorted links

Academics / Political Science : Marginal Revolution

1. Will not oppose release of ‘Ae Dil Hai Mushkil’ markets in everything Rs 5 crore to the Army relief fund. 2. William G. Bowen once rescued a woman from a pond full of alligators (NYT).  And ranking colleges by viewpoint diversity...

Assorted links

Academics / Political Science : Marginal Revolution

1. The Monty Python culture that is Norway. 2. Tim Harford on the limits of Big Data. 3. Can gratitude reduce costly impatience? 4. Education, in-state vs. out-of-state tuition arbitrage.  File under markets in everything. 5. Why ha...

Comments


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC