My July 2020 e-links range from two riveting podcasts–on a controversial van Gogh and on a felon– to a Scandinavian mystery and the first man on the moon.
For my July 2020 e-links, I recommend a Malcolm Gladwell podcast, one on a Yale grad who is a felon, and the third, a Scandinavian murder mystery.
For our July 2020 e-links, I enjoyed, as I hope you will too, a podcast on a van Gogh and one about a man who made a big mistake at 16 years old.
For our July 2020 e-links, my first recommendation is a podcast that traces the path of a van Gogh painting from a WW II Jewish family to a U.S. museum.
Our June 2020 e-links include a blog from economist Ed Yardeni, subscription recs for the IMF’s blogs and the NBER Digest, and a look at cherry drying.
Our June 2020 e-links include the economic recovery alphabet from Dr. Ed’s Blog, a cherry drying helicopter, and the NBER Digest.
In these June 2020 e-links, my first two recommendations–the NBER Digest and helicopter cherry drying–are vastly different but equally interesting.
In my June 2020 e-links, I begin the month with my NBER Digest subscription, a monthly series of articles that summarize recent scholarly research.
My May 2020 e-links include a wonderful penguin race, two excellent podcasts, a non-fiction disaster story, and an xkcd cartoon,
My May 2020 e-links include a “Business Wars” podcast series, a non-fiction disaster story, an everyday newscast, and a clever cartoon website.
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