Links I liked

  1. A Swahili cover of Adele’s hello
  2. There is a new version of my paper on reducing crime and violence with cognitove behavior therapy
  3. Don’t expect US or European progressives to get on this train right away, but Freakonomics radio features Alex Tabarrok, Michael Clemens, and Madeline Albright on whether migration is a human right
  4. Greg Mankiw on why university tuition bills are high and rising
  5. A good example of how is becoming the most serious place for news analysis
  6. I worked with Zayzay in Liberia for several years, and he’s one of the most talented people I’ve met. He now has a GoFundMe for some training he’d like to do. I know few better people to invest in.
  7. Finally, the most appropriate Christmas cookies this unseasonably warm season:


2 thoughts on “Links I liked

  1. Greg Mankiw’s argument about university tuition fees ignores everything that everyone who has looked at this issue has been saying for the past 5 years. He says, “But because society over all is now richer, today’s Socrates expects a reasonably high standard of living, and that implies hefty tuition.” In reality, in the US, two-thirds of today’s Socrates are adjuncts being paid just enough to live in poverty. Meanwhile, universities hire more and more administrators, who are better and better paid. Surely that has something to do with rising tuition fees.