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.
More than what we earn, income inequality can also be about age, education, race and the diversity of bugs that live in our homes.
Comparing a living wage with the minimum wage, a group at MIT demonstrate how much more low income families need to earn to afford their necessities.
For African nations like Rwanda, inaccurate and misleading statistics about poverty and growth can be supplemented with satellite and cell phone data.
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.