Thursday assorted links

1. Markets in everything: “New Zealand has ordered about 1,290 square feet of human skin from the United States to help treat patients severely burned in Monday’s volcanic eruption on White Island, as emergency workers scramble to find at least nine people still missing amid concerns the volcano could erupt again.”

2. What David Perell learned this year.

3. No-Castling chess, a new variant from Kramnik.

4. Old MR post on the Junker fallacy.  A lot of claims about stock buybacks commit this fallacy.

5. “My boss lets’us book hangover days.” (UK)

6. New results on Millennium Village Project.

7. New results on health insurance saving lives (NYT).


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