Tuesday assorted links

1. How adenovirus vaccines are made.

2. Third issue of Works in Progress.

3. “We conclude that there is little reason to think that accommodative monetary policy plays a significant role in reducing racial inequities in the way often discussed.

4. Cass Sunstein to work on immigration law for the DHS in the Biden administration.

5. Interview with the excellent Youyang Gu (Emergent Ventures winner, btw).

6. Why are Covid cases falling so sharply in so many countries?  (I had to click through twice to read the whole thread.)

7. Do looks matter for an academic career in economics?  Yes, and a lot.  Lookism of course remains the great vice, and arguably it is worst among many of those who fight against other “isms.”


Comments for this post are closed