Tuesday assorted links

1. New Dobbie-Fryer results on charter schools and their impact.

2. The positive economic impact of universities.

3. “The last time I used the word vulgar was to describe an amaryllis.” (NYT)  Good piece, good format, good spousal pairing.  “The vulgar,” Phillips says, “refuse to miss out.”

4. Good questions about the inequality rise as coming across different firms.

5. “Electricity is like blood.

6. Taleb on whether there is a payoff to asymmetric rules in favor of intolerance.


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