Best in Economics this week: May 25

The most expensive pizza in history

“automation is good for growth and bad for equality; in the benchmark model real wages fall in the short run and eventually rise, but “eventually” can easily take generations.”

This is secular stagnation on steroids, apparently

It is not me saying this, it is the ECB

Cobalt; the new oil?

And speaking of oil…

How low can you go…? UK savers are de-saving


The difference in earnings power….


A bit of a critical note on factors in investing


I get the feeling this is pretty old, but still great. An animation on immigration


US credit card defaults are picking up…

ESG is on fire!


Bond markets this year


The OECD: “The dark side of the digital economy: Bad things come in small packages”



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2 thoughts on “Best in Economics this week: May 25

  1. Dear Lukas, This looks like the dunes of Meijendel.  Thanks for your daily insights. Paul

    Sent from Yahoo Mail for iPad

  2. Pingback: Best of the Web: 18-05-29 nr 1891 | Best of the Web

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