Friday assorted links

1. Arnold Kling’s books of the year.  And Scott Sumner outlines his forthcoming book on the Great Depression.

2. “Arguably the least appreciated resource for Islamic State is its fertile farms.” (noisy video at that link, sorry, but the content is interesting)

3. Historical estimates of Chinese gdp.  And where in the world is the greatest economic exposure to China?

4. Who says education is just signaling?  Only bird brains?

5. “Some teams are accusing other teams of cheating, but there’s no cheating because there’s no rules,” (the culture that is curling).

6. Clickhole does the great stagnation.

7. Do welfare programs make people lazy?


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