What caught my eye: low-hanging fruits in climate policy, the health of cities, regulating big tech, and the inflation anchor, and much more…

“No brainers and low-hanging fruit in national climate policy”:


“Edward Glaeser and David Cutler on the Health and Wealth of Cities”:


“Regulating big tech: between financial regulation, anti-trust and data privacy” 11th BIS Research Network meeting, 6-7 October 2021


“The pandemic’s slowing of research productivity may last years—especially for women and parents”:


The Future of Work Report from Talent Alpha (highly recommended):

“Losing the inflation anchor” by Ricardo Reis:

“From hermit kingdom to miracle on the Han” Douglas A. Irwin:


“Center for Collective Learning: Artificial and Natural Intelligence Institute” University of Toulouse


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