Friday assorted links

1. “Our results suggest that Americans overestimate the intergenerational persistence in income ranks. They overestimate economic prospects for children from rich families and underestimate economic prospects for those from poor families.

2. The economics of writing on Medium.

3. How are consumers responding to nudges? Are they counteracting them?

4. Neurodiversity and dissent.

5. The moral luck of adulthood.

6. The Taiwanese party that advocates actual unification with mainland China.

7. Creating sperm and eggs (!).


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