Friday assorted links

1. Here is an interactive name calculator.  Here is the history of Tyler, there are few Tylers my age.

2. The Growth Economics Blog has written a children’s book, mostly 3rd-7th graders, no knowledge of the Solow model required.

3. A Curanto in Ancud.

4. Wasabi-based fire alarms for the deaf

5. How strong is the demand for eugenics?

6. Scott Sumner and his wife on China.  And is there low-hanging fruit in the fight against inequality?  If so, how many people are urging us to grab it?

7. Is it possible that within-firm wage inequality has not gone up (pdf)?


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