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Behavioral economics: Talking about their work makes bankers more dishonest econ.st/1r3TmnB pic.twitter.com/UNxh526XPv
Latin America's boom is over-worst off are countries with governments that wasted the windfall econ.st/1zJGrMV pic.twitter.com/lVA2hh9N52
For a nuclear deal to be done both sides need to compromise, but Iran must give more ground econ.st/1xSAe0N pic.twitter.com/dZawscHoHe
China's central bank is wary of easing monetary policy, but that is what the economy needs econ.st/1xH3YAa pic.twitter.com/AvnKAEaMa8
Obituary: Donald Stookey, glass chemist, died on November 4th, aged 99 econ.st/1vtWMYe pic.twitter.com/SBv7wT8gFC
Margaret Thatcher left office on this day in 1990. Her chequered legacy #econarchive (2013) econ.st/1sKdSws pic.twitter.com/mj3zZfD6cP
Get your morning head start with The Economist Espresso, our daily app for smartphones econ.st/1AoxBas pic.twitter.com/A84MR1tmhG
Trending: The Economist explains why India is doing better than most emerging markets econ.st/1xHsDVg pic.twitter.com/iWUF2Sk1JX
Russia will be the biggest test for the EU's new high representative for foreign policy econ.st/1xV2KPo pic.twitter.com/2NK91LUSPa
A new study offers hope in the battle against bulging waistlines econ.st/1FbWvKy pic.twitter.com/A6zPcsB1uA
Heroin has returned to haunt a new generation of Americans econ.st/1xSAi0P pic.twitter.com/W7LfyKtMBq
Is Germany's economy strong enough to pull Europe out of its crisis? econ.st/1v2Q610 pic.twitter.com/KQuaBifoaz
"The world cannot afford a European lost decade" But Europe may be lucky only to lose a decade econ.st/1xK0gWx pic.twitter.com/XUHVyyx1bO
The two halves of former Czechoslovakia remember what they did so well together: protest econ.st/1r4wioU pic.twitter.com/JqsV49gpTW
Africa's military spending spree. Spending grew 8.3% in 2013 and 65% in the past decade econ.st/1xKnZ9h pic.twitter.com/Och0L3nznA
Latin America's economies have slowed far more abruptly than anyone expected econ.st/1AsW7HK pic.twitter.com/i3WuaxKWbC
The face of heroin use in the US has changed utterly: 50% of users are women, 90% are white econ.st/1vwDjG4 pic.twitter.com/5vWd1s2TRg
#Dailychart: "Secular stagnation", a theory first popularised in the 1930s, is popular again econ.st/1F8N4cI pic.twitter.com/isie33Pq73
"If we have fewer low-skilled Europeans we'll have more high-skilled Indians." Not llikely econ.st/1FaNdP0 pic.twitter.com/kVRLeOHECE
Hotel rooms that block Wi-Fi signal: a modern solution to a thoroughly modern problem econ.st/1xFXSQA pic.twitter.com/R9mTJymntt
The right thing, done the wrong way. The reaction to Mr Obama's action will leave deep scars econ.st/1xWcXv2 pic.twitter.com/cKNQ3ZQw49
Ukraine's economy: it really is that bad. And things could get a lot worse econ.st/1xGv3DA pic.twitter.com/Kmrr8UFtEP
Neither Labour nor Conservative pledges to boost NHS funding would close the funding gap econ.st/1xJCB8Q pic.twitter.com/YfFg1Kacpe
The #MagnaCarta turns 800 next year. Time to adapt it to the internet age. Here's Mega Carta: econ.st/1xVLNo0 pic.twitter.com/dneOf3rCo2
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