Thursday assorted links

1. French “grandes écoles” & Progress Studies.

2. New results: “the presence of S-cross-reactive T cells in a sizable fraction of the general population may affect the dynamics of the current pandemic, and has important implications for the design and analysis of upcoming COVID-19 vaccine trials.”

3. Economist Nancy Ruggles.

4. New paper on the causes of the great stagnation (I have not yet read it, but investment seems central to the story).

5. How much will restaurant prices have to go up? (NYT)

6. Northern Virginia to experiment with self-driving shuttle.

7. Soumaya Keynes on Emmanuel Farhi (The Economist).  And some tributes to Farhi.


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