Saturday assorted links

1. “Using stylometric analysis, I show that pseudonymous authors exploit the perception that they are trustworthy, only to switch identities after losing credibility with the market.

2. “Our results provide no evidence that TABOR [Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights] affected taxes or spending in Colorado and are precise enough to rule out large negative effects.

3. “A doctoral degree largely detaches individuals from their social origins in the United States, but it does not eliminate all sources of inequality.

4. Software disenchantment.

5. Bryan Caplan on GMU blogger culture (fyi, I disagree with somewhat over half of the post, or would offer alternative interpretations, though of course it is interesting).

6. Pigouvian taxes for Venice soon may include “sitting.”


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