Monday assorted links

1. Good summary of the Clinton email scandals.

2. Why fiscal policy is not the answer for China.

3. Orbeht, “I can’t believe they published that,” they link to especially bad articles, a new experimental web site from the people who brought you The Browser.

4. Do the super-rich have worse taste than before?

5. “We find that an increase in Academic Progress Rate, as measured by the NCAA, for a college team in either sport significantly reduces the probability that the coach is fired at the end of the season. We find little to no evidence that an increase in the Academic Progress Rate enhances the chances of advancement (in the form of outside job offers) for these coaches.” Link here.

6. French average is over.


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