Issue #3 of EconHistorienne, a newsletter to help us make sense of inequality, capitalism and globalisation around the world, is
I have always wondered what is it about the past that makes us nostalgic. Is it the overnight obsession with
Folks, if you are reading my newsletter EconHistorienne, you also know that I released issue 2 on May 18. Some
Lockdown has led to wonderful season of webinars and if you love Macroeconomics and Economic History, here are the webinars
…and you must go here: #2 Inside India’s Covid-19 War: A Doctor on Duty
I am happy for Lockdown Journal to feature my poem ‘Quarantine’ on their website. You can check it out here
So finally, it’s here and it would be great for you to sign up for it now. Go to econhistorienne.substack.com
Tara Westover’s memoir starts with her life in the hills of Idaho in America until she turned 17 and left
mises.org/library/understanding-money-mechanics-0 I am a big sucker for economists explaining things, and an over sharer of all such knowledge made public.
Trends in the global housing market http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/Urbanomics/~3/Q1BnbqEmY6Y/trends-in-global-housing-market.html — Read on feedproxy.google.com/~r/Urbanomics/~3/Q1BnbqEmY6Y/trends-in-global-housing-market.html
Did education play a role in England’s industrial revolution? https://mostlyeconomics.wordpress.com/2020/01/30/did-education-play-a-role-in-englands-industrial-revolution/ — Read on mostlyeconomics.wordpress.com/2020/01/30/did-education-play-a-role-in-englands-industrial-revolution/
Yeah so, even as Budget 2020 is waiting to be ripped apart mostly for what it’s projections for the year
This may become possible if Nobel winners Duflo and Banerjee’s efforts are successful. The Massachusetts Institute of Technology is trying the idea
Here is a rare archival footage of Kenyes speaking on the gold standard. Savour.
I am launching EconHistorienne, my twice-a-month newsletter for original storytelling from India. Through this newsletter, I will deliver Narrative Storytelling
My Conversation with Ezra Klein http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/marginalrevolution/feed/~3/S5rdzp8xwf0/my-conversation-with-ezra-klein.html — Read on feedproxy.google.com/~r/marginalrevolution/feed/~3/S5rdzp8xwf0/my-conversation-with-ezra-klein.html
Gratitude, Kindness, Loveliness https://www.econlib.org/Gratitude_Kindness_Loveliness
How Medieval Surgeons Shaped Sex and Gender https://daily.jstor.org/how-medieval-surgeons-shaped-sex-and-gender/ Fascinating take on the historical origins of how sex and gender came
Exploitation of Greta – Greenpeace & Al Gore https://www.armstrongeconomics.com/world-news/climate/exploitation-of-greta-greenpeace-al-gore/ I have been thinking about this for quite a while and
Second Richest Man Spouts Nonsense https://www.econlib.org/second-richest-man-spouts-nonsense/
This very interesting interview with Alpa Shah is a must-read for anyone aspiring to write narrative non-fiction. Shah, a professor
Almost every trade expert I speak to has been talking about the great opportunity that the continued US-China trade war
It’s the loveliest Twitter thread I discovered in Tyler Cowen’s recent blog post. Melissa Kearney, Economics Professor at the University
I came across an excellent thread on the origins of Thomas Cook and its historical journey. Just sharing here.
You know I am into non-fiction, writing and reading. A consistent trend in non-fiction writing has been the emergence of
The Yuan fell to its 11-year low against the US dollar last week. Trump immediately lashed out, calling China a “currency manipulator”.
India is roughly 100 days away from its 5G trials and it can’t make up its mind on whether Huawei should be invited to the trials.
Machine Learning (ML) is commonly seen as the scientific study of algorithms and statistical models used by computers to perform
I am always intrigued by developments in China, but this piece felt like the disturbing facts have moved closer home
Apologies for being away for almost a week. I have missed you, hope you have too. I had no realization