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Marginal Revolution 10/13/2019 13:52
1. T.S. Eliot trove of letters to be unsealed. 2. The Mayans: “Hey all: you realize that researchers just used lasers to find *60,000* new sites in Guatemala?!? This is HOLY [expletive] territory.” 3. Are blackboards underrated? Not by mathematicians. 4. Buried bog butter. 5. Against contempt. .
Marginal Revolution 10/13/2019 07:25
An amazing result: Many people have claimed that sleep has helped them solve a difficult problem, but empirical support for this assertion remains tentative. The current experiment tested whether manipulating information processing during sleep impacts problem incubation and solving. In memory studies, delivering learning-associated sound cues during sleep can reactivate memories. We therefore predicted that […]. .
Marginal Revolution 10/13/2019 03:32
Any Chinese person who has gone to elementary school or watched television news can explain the tale of China’s 100 years of humiliation. Starting with the Opium Wars in the 19th century, foreign powers bullied a weak and backward China into turning Hong Kong and Macau into European colonies. Students must memorize the unequal treaties […]. .
Marginal Revolution 10/13/2019 01:04
Peter Gatrell, The Unsettling of Europe: How Migration Reshaped a Continent. A very nice history of earlier post-war European migration, such as Turks and Greeks moving to West Germany, Cape Verdeans settling in Portugal, and so on. Excellent background for the current debates. Cristiano Bianchi and Kristina Drapić, Model City Pyongyang. An excellent picture book, […]. .
Marginal Revolution 10/12/2019 15:22
The health service has said that it will stop locking up, isolating and physically restraining autistic children after an inquiry stated that it was damaging to their health. NHS England has committed to make radical changes within 18 months, including a pledge not to place children with autism and learning difficulties in psychiatric wards unless they have […]. .
Marginal Revolution 10/12/2019 00:49
”Anything that’s going to happen under this tree has to be addressed,” said Mr. Sartain, a third-generation arborist, surveying the tree’s 90-foot canopy with the cheerful, clinical detachment of your favorite pediatrician. ”There’s a lot of issues.” Indeed, Mr. Sartain’s visit is only the first step in a process that will require the homeowner, who […]. .
Marginal Revolution 10/10/2019 12:16
1. The political accountability culture that is southern Mexico. 2. Did efficient options pricing lead or follow the development of the Black Scholes Merton model? 3. How to conclude an agreement with the EU, recommended. 4. China is now trying to defuse the NBA brouhaha (NYT). 5. Why is subway accessibility so expensive? 6. The U.S. […]. .
Marginal Revolution 10/10/2019 10:13
#7 Tyler Cowen (GMU) on less homework, Swiss science culture, and low university completion rates In this episode with Tyler Cowen we talk about a broad range of topics. For example, why it’s important that students have less homework, the Swiss science culture, and the low university completion rates. Here is the link, here is […]. .
Marginal Revolution 10/09/2019 14:13
1. Maybe we don’t aggregate probabilities very well. 2. The tech helping dogs communicate with humans very well. 3. What Jonah Goldberg and William Kristol are up to. 4. Perhaps partisan prejudice is not getting worse (pdf). 5. The Tyler Ransom production function. 6. University of Chicago moves to limit the length of time for […]. .
Marginal Revolution 10/09/2019 10:33
Truly an excellent episode, Ben is an author and journalist. Here is the audio and transcript, covering most of all the opioid epidemic and rap music, but not only. Here is one excerpt: COWEN: But if so much fentanyl comes from China, and you can just send it through the mail, why doesn’t it spread […]. .
Marginal Revolution 10/09/2019 07:33
Estimates suggest an average annual consumption value of college as high as $11,600, with considerable heterogeneity across students. Incorporating these benefits raises the average expected return to college by as much as 14%. That is from a new NBER working paper by Yifan Gong, Lance Lochner, Ralph Stinebrickner, and Todd R. Stinebrickner. .
Marginal Revolution 10/09/2019 00:19
Among top-bracket California taxpayers, outward migration and behavioral responses by stayers together eroded 45.2% of the windfall tax revenues from the reform. That is from a new NBER working paper by Joshua Rauh and Ryan J. Shyux. Here is the full abstract: Drawing on the universe of California income tax filings and the variation imposed […]. .
Marginal Revolution 10/08/2019 15:11
Daryl Morey wrote a pro-Hong Kong tweet and had to retract it, and then both the Rockets and the NBA had to eat crow. ESPN — part of the Disney empire I might add — has given only tiny, tiny coverage to the whole episode, even though it is a huge story on non-basketball sites. […]. .

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