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Paul Kedrosky

Government abetted price inelasticity of demand is a funny thing. And not haha funny.
Everyone finally figuring (department) store sales going the way of... news, or something
The pound's excellent Brexit adventure continues today
From @jmeacham's fascinating new NYTBR column, The Long View
Ragnarok is here, it's just not evenly distributed /v…
The British pound is having an excellent adventure on hard Brexit fears
Elevation gradient effects in urban America
Tried another door. No better, really.
My first task on this snowy morning: figuring out how to get out the door.
Sad: Maracanã, Jewel Of Rio's Olympics, Now Languishes In Disrepair /v @VinodSreeharsha
I know zero about football, and honestly thought they left here a year ago, but this explanation gladdens my heart.
This NYT profile of Peter Thiel is....something…
Master Athletes Are Extending the Limits of Human Endurance… /cc @slugball @hjluks
Fear and Loathing across Party Lines: New Evidence on Group Polarization
The relentless, remarkable global creep in blood pressure elevation… @JAMA_current @IHME_UW
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"I wore men’s clothes for a month – and it changed my life": We need to talk about pockets…
Cheeky, fraught, and jejune, but amusing: White House changes and economist tune… /v @greg_ip
I go back to this again and again: D.H. Lawrence on Melville's "Moby Dick"…
Political life today, in one Mturk study: Our Followers Are Lions, Theirs Are Sheep…
Interesting how, in looking back ten years later at the iPhone launch, Jobs undersells the camera…
‘Cause it came up in discussing the current atavistic ardor for Ruralology, the classic Four Yorkshiremen sketch…
Turns out being a guru doesn't protect you from poor recent performance…
John Kenneth Galbraith on "the bezzle":
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