First Impressions and the End of Economics
The weekend is here! Pour yourself a mug of Peaberry coffee, grab a seat by the pool, and get ready for our longer-form reads:
- The music industry according to producer Jimmy Iovine (Financial Times)
- Jon Boorman: Things I’ve learned over the last 30 years (Broadsword Capital)
- America’s future is Texas (The New Yorker)
- The end of economics (Los Angeles Review of Books)
- A critical behavioral economics reading list (Jason Collins)
- Forget the blood of teens: This pill promises to extend life for a nickel (Wired)
- The man behind Trump’s voter-fraud obsession (New York Times)
- First impressions count: A judgment of competence is made in a tenth of a second. Thus political decisions are made (Aeon)
- How Gotham gave us Trump (Politico) see also: The remaking of Donald Trump (Bloomberg Businessweek)
- “Meatballs”: An oral history (Vanity Fair)
Be sure to check out our Masters in Business interview this weekend with Duff McDonald, author of two critically acclaimed books: “The Golden Passport,” about issues with Harvard Business School, and “The Firm,” about the havoc wreaked by McKinsey & Co.
Middle-Class Fortunes in Western Europe
Source: Pew Research Center
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