4. German woman now the editor of the Michelin Guide; if you are into breaking stereotypes, there was also an article (gated) in today’s WSJ entitled "France Credits Deregulation for Cushioning its Economy."
1. Humane Studies Fellowships, from Institute for Humane Studies.
2. New Ed Glaeser book on housing policy; free and on-line.
1. Prices, Poverty, and Inequality: Why Americans are Better Off Than You Think, by Christian Broda and David E. Weinstein. The full text is free on-line at the link.
3. 5, 322, and $4250 are the relevant numbers in this story of a journal run amok. Shocking (or is it?).
4. NYT 100 Notable Books. It’s an OK enough list and you can think of these as the mainstream picks.