Links I liked

  1. Cash transfer programs do not make people work less, a new paper by Banerjee, Hanna, Kreindler and Olken
  2. The Edward Snowden documentary, Citizenfour, is online
  3. David McKenzie examines how development economics is taught in developing versus developed countries (though I’m not as confident as David that the developed approach is better)
  4. A new review of the early childhood education literature by Heckman and company
  5. The New Yorker on Anonymous
  6. Social media creates a sense of community among the bigoted and fundamentalist (a podcast)
  7. And via @ValaAfshar, the world’s fifth most popular religion:

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