Monday assorted links

1. Why it matters whether China is labeled “a market economy” in trade talks.

2. A guide to the new Progressive federalism.  And how do you describe a hockey game in Innu?

3. I am delighted that Joe Nocera is coming to Bloomberg View.

4. Bengt Holmstrom’s Nobel Lecture.

5. Classical musicians pick their favorite Mozart works.

6. Profile of George Borjas.

7. John Cochrane’s new and long paper (pdf) on interest rates and the fiscal theory of the price level.  I hope to read it soon.

8. Baltic stocks still doing fine.


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