Tuesday assorted links

1. Bill Cosby was once an important role model (pdf).

2. In fact, you can’t make that much money naming Chinese babies.

3. “But now there is a stochastic, episodic nature to many careers. As workers get older, potential employers become more suspicious of their skills, not more confident in them. As a result, you often meet people who had been happiest at work in middle age, and then moved down to a series of positions they were overqualified for and felt diminished in.”  That is from David Brooks.

4. Is Peter Thiel right about Chicago?

5. Explaining preferences for redistribution.


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