Thursday assorted links

1. Interview with Ulrike Malmendier, a regional thinker in the best sense of the term.

2. “Paying Off People’s Medical Debt Has Little Impact on Their Lives, Study Finds.” (NYT)  Model that.

3. Another look at suicide rates.

4. Should you have privacy rights to your brainwaves? (NYT)  And should you have the right to sell or give away those rights?

5. C. Thi Nguyen on Value Capture, an interesting philosophy paper about overreliance on metrics and external evaluations.

6. Alas, Robert Hessen has passed away, RIP.

7. Productivity problems and sometimes even declines in African agriculture.

8. The Milei incomes policy for health care?


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