Tuesday assorted links

1. Creeque Alley (that was then, this is now).

2. “We further document that the labor-market premium to action-oriented personality traits has rapidly increased over the past two decades.”  And here is a new paper on Finnish extraversion (not joking).

3. Banning non-compete agreements in Austria didn’t really help worker earnings.

4. On the benefit of early promotion.  Suandi is on the job market from Berkeley.

5. “We find that the introduction of potatoes led to a sizeable and permanent reduction in conflict.”  Joris Mueller on the market from Northwestern.

6. Lots of interesting job market candidates from Northwestern this year in economic history, political economy.


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