Friday’s e-links: This week i recommend a book that focuses on the many sides of time at work, at home, in different countries, and through the life cycle.
Micro-insurance that protects African farmers from infestations and drought can have a surprising impact on their willingness to invest.
This week’s economic news summary includes the diner’s dilemma and marginal analysis, property rights in outer space, the Phillip’s Curve and unemployment.
With Brooklyn becoming a synonym for gentrification, we can call cities like Detroit a new Brooklyn when they attract artists and affect a poor population.
Comparing median and minimum wage and looking at how the cost of living varies, we can see that the wisdom of a $15 minimum wage hike depends on location.
Recognizing that neighborhoods with better schools and other shared characteristics affect income mobility, anti-poverty policy can become more effective.
Our Posts Roundup Sunday 3.08.15 What we don’t know about Daylight Saving…more Monday 3.09.15 Why Apple is like the old AT&T…more Tuesday 3.10.15 What we can learn from a mail truck…more Wednesday 3.11.15 How to find out the real jobs numbers…more Thursday 3.12.15…