Best in Economics this week: November 13

How much age difference there is between Chinese provinces

This should be an interesting read: protectionism and world trade


Always interesting: why would anyone ever invest in Airlines…?

Hacking on the rise

What they do with the money?
cash use

Interesting reading on the impact of robotics on the labour market

Oops. So much for corporate US deleveraging….

Short art, long classic cars. A typical no-brainer…


But in the longer run, it has been wine that produced steady results


There is a 60% chance of this expansion lasting another four years. Says Goldman.
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Energy demand. Let’s hope the sun will be enough to supply it by then

Just for you to know: current polls do not count for muchAfTpapn_NuuXHavAB2uJA62niuiffGeD3vdcH_qSABp3TzaQwB1W8ETEv_MZme35d1pBhqGrvWPFrpTnlYIZdpiY-YrZGoAqb0L_R9e3LKAlSD-MJT5s3MohTPh_fo9Fp82-80TV

“The end of the deflation scare”


A bit of reading on China

A bit of reading on sovereign debt crisis in times long gone…

Another batch of stunning photo’s, this time from the US in ruins


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