Assorted links

1. Japanese macaque monkeys optimizing (not just satisficing) in hot springs.

2. First issue of Review of Behavioral Economics, a new journal edited by J. Barkley Rosser and Morris Altman.

3. The guy who hacked OKCupid.

4. Norwegian geoengineering, sort of.

5. Predicting the popularity of the obvious method.   And the classic jam experiment does not replicate.

6. The hurdle model and what makes for a good paper.

7. Further interpretation of the new Chetty mobility results.


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