Having recommended three podcasts and an Economist article, the last of my Friday e-links for January 2020 is a whodunit series.
In our Friday e-links for January 2020, I recommend podcasts on Dolly Parton, an NHL All Star, and choice fatigue and an income inequality article.
In our Friday e-links for January 2020, I recommend a podcast on the unusual ascent of an NHL All Star, one on choice, and a new look at income inequality.
In our Friday e-links for January 2020, I recommend two podcasts that I’ve especially enjoyed: one on a unique NHL All Star and another on choice fatigue.
In this first Friday e-link for January, I recommend a Radiolab podcast about an NHL hockey all star who was never meant to achieve player fame.
My final December e-link is a WSJ column that, looking back at the decade’s economic anomalies, tries to understand why they happened.
For considerable enjoyment and a good read that you listen to, Tom Hanks’s narration of Ann Patchett’s “The Dutch House” was superb.
From this month’s first e-link of doggy co-op interviews, today, I’ve gone to the other extreme with a thought provoking talk between two economists.
Last updated: 12/06/2019 Every once in a while, (and sometimes each day) I listen to a great podcast, enjoy an article, or see a good video that I want to share with you. I like to think of them as…
Friday’s e-links: Today I recommend a new podcast series from Tim Harford who connects disparate examples of mistakes in each episode.
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