Wednesday assorted links

1. How to run a simple and fairly quick clinical trial on First Doses First.  It is funny how you do not hear the critics suggest the merits of further investigation.

2. “American Chess Magazine Releases Their List of the Top 1 Shows of 2020.”  You should not need to click on the link.

3. The redone Joshua Gans calculations (great praise to him for trying to put numbers on everything) now favor a policy of First Doses First.  And another useful model supporting First Doses First.  The silence on the other side of the debate is deafening.

4. Is peer-reviewed work increasingly boring?

5. Making policy for a low-trust world (so far the year’s best short essay).

6. Hail Palau, it might soon have all its people vaccinated.


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