Wednesday assorted links

1. MIE: clothes designed especially for wheelchair users.

2. The market-facilitating role of the Roman state.

3. Martin Gurri and Scott Adams as early understanders of the Trump phenomenon.  And using “The Apprentice” to teach a managerial economics class.

4. Canadian Jeopardy protectionism — are anti-spam laws to blame?

5. Time series that move through X-Y space.

6. Does the Caribbean have an economic future?

7. “At the moment, the stress in the financial sector has a clear cause: the energy debt held by banks.


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