May 2022 Friday’s e-links: When a Crypto Peg Did Not Work

For our May e-links, through this third entry, I recommend a podcast that explains all we will enjoy knowing about stablecoins.

May 2022 Friday’s e-links: How the Pill Empowered Women

For our May e-links, in this second entry, I recommend the suddenly so very relevant Career & Family by Harvard’s Claudia Goldin.

May 2022 Friday’s e-links: How a Nudge Makes a Difference

Starting our May 2022 e-links, this Katy Milkman podcast is a behavioral economics diversion that exposes the nudges that shape our decisions.

April 2022 Friday’s e-links: An Inspirational and Interesting Nobel Podcast

As our April e-links conclude, for some pleasant surprises, we suggest that you listen to Steve Levitt’s interview of Joshua Angrist.

April 2022 Friday’s e-links: Why We Need Bugs

As our April e-links continue, we recommend a podcast and a book that magnify the tiny world of insects with stories that won’t bug you.

April 2022 Friday’s e-links: The Story of Venezuela’s Decline

As our April e-links continue, we recommend a book that uses individual stories and broader analysis to describe Venezuela’s downward dive.

April 2022 Friday’s e-links: What Ben Franklin Would Have Tweeted

As our April e-links continue, we explain why the new Ken Burns documentary on Ben Franklin is about so much more than the past.

April 2022 Friday’s e-links: Another Great Maisie Dobbs Mystery

Our April e-links start with the 17th book in the Maisie Dobbs mystery series that I’ve just listened to and highly recommend.

March 2022 Friday’s e-links: “On Tyranny”

Our March e-links continue with Yale history professor Timothy Snyder’s small book that has a big message “On Tyranny.”

March 2022 Friday’s e-links: A Legendary Inflation Fighter

Our March e-links continue with how “The Daily” lets us really understand current Fed policy by looking at the 1970s/1980s and Paul Volcker.