The third entry for our October 2021 e-links looks at a wonderful Simpsons’ animation that brought humor to Paris Fashion Week.
The second entry for our October 2021 e-links looks at a structural change in a basic economics curriculum that sees more of the real world.
Our October 2021 e-links begin with a podcast story of the rise and probable demise of the giant Chinese property developer, Evergrande.
Our September 2021 e-links continue with a look at presidential libraries that is about much more than books and papers.
Our September 2021 e-links continue with a podcast in which a Uyghur teenager tells about her family’s escape from China to the U.S.
Our September 2021 e-links continue with “Worth,” a new Netflix film that focuses on compensating 9/11 victims but is about so much more.
Our September 2021 e-links begin with insight on the power of the market from Duke Professor Michael Munger and Econtalk host Russ Roberts.
Our August 2021 e-links continue with a NY Times Magazine article that takes us to small coffee farms in a shrinking Indonesian rainforest.
Our August 2021 e-links continue with a podcast that investigates how technology makes the female voice less appealing.
Our August e-links continue with “Coda,” a film that was a prizewinner at Sundance and truly a feel good experience we need in today’s world.
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