Assorted links

1. Matt Yglesias on levels.

2. One attempt to estimate an "imaginary Europe," along with other Europe-U.S. comparisons.

3. Papers about the U.S. are more likely to be published.

4. Charles Rowley on macroeconomics: a personal anecdote which reflects his approach to economics.

5. Why we sit through movie previews.

6. Via Chris F. Masse, why hasn't scientific publishing already been revolutionized?

7. Where puffins go during the winter.


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