Further reading

Elsewhere on Friday,

— Setser on China’s non-reserve foreign assets.

— Haldane calls on economists to embrace radical uncertainty.

— Do higher capital standards always reduce bank risk?

— Taibbi: “Trump’s rebellion was born at the intersection of two toxic American myths, the post-racial society and the classless society.”

— Raja Korman calls for the “reregionalization of American fiscal policy”.

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Elsewhere on Friday,

-- Setser on China’s non-reserve foreign assets.

-- Haldane calls on economists to embrace radical uncertainty.

-- Do higher capital standards always reduce bank risk?

-- Taibbi: "Trump's rebellion was born at the intersection of two toxic American myths, the post-racial society and the classless society."

-- Raja Korman calls for the "reregionalization of American fiscal policy".

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Further reading, epic special edition for US Election Day (and beyond)

Here’s what you should read before drinking yourself numb settling into your lounge chair to watch the voting returns on Tuesday night.
Continue reading: Further reading, epic special edition for US Election Day (and beyond)

Here's what you should read before drinking yourself numb settling into your lounge chair to watch the voting returns on Tuesday night.

Continue reading: Further reading, epic special edition for US Election Day (and beyond)

Further reading

Elsewhere on Monday,

— “Welcome to utopia, where cars are autonomous, but their passengers not so much.”

— Economic History, Historical Analysis, and the “New History of Capitalism”

— Kill the old, eat avocados.

— Selling your data as a plausible alternative to selling your labour.

— Why the High Court got the law wrong about Brexit.

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Elsewhere on Monday,

-- "Welcome to utopia, where cars are autonomous, but their passengers not so much."

-- Economic History, Historical Analysis, and the “New History of Capitalism”

-- Kill the old, eat avocados.

-- Selling your data as a plausible alternative to selling your labour.

-- Why the High Court got the law wrong about Brexit.

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Further reading

Elsewhere on Friday,
— Ben Bernanke on Sebastian Mallaby’s biography of Alan Greenspan.
— Uber seems to be cannibalising, not creating, jobs.
— Should central banks “lean against the wind”?
— Slacks smarmy full-page ad letter to Microsoft is a sell…

Elsewhere on Friday,

-- Ben Bernanke on Sebastian Mallaby's biography of Alan Greenspan.

-- Uber seems to be cannibalising, not creating, jobs.

-- Should central banks "lean against the wind"?

-- Slacks smarmy full-page ad letter to Microsoft is a sell signal.

-- Maybe Admiral, which wants to use Facebook data to price insurance premiums, is the good guy here.

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Further reading

Elsewhere on Thursday,
— Remember inflation?
— Weldon’s rough notes on globalisation.
— Climateer: The stress may be getting to hedgie Crispin Odey.
— Oh boy. This feature on Tronc (tronc!) is everything I wanted and more. (It even has Lupe Fiasco!…

Elsewhere on Thursday,

-- Remember inflation?

-- Weldon's rough notes on globalisation.

-- Climateer: The stress may be getting to hedgie Crispin Odey.

-- Oh boy. This feature on Tronc (tronc!) is everything I wanted and more. (It even has Lupe Fiasco!)

-- Your latest 'pharma is really bad' story: "Drug maker thwarted plan to limit OxyContin prescriptions at dawn of opioid epidemic".

-- "Hey Bloomberg, Which Millennial Hurt You?"

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Further reading

Including…

— “Jamie Dimon Doesn’t Want His Bankers Reading The Notoriously Foul-Mouthed And Snarky Financial Times”.

— Setser on capital inflows into the US.

— Glencore, What China Giveth, China Can Taketh Away.

— Notes on the economics of energy storage.

— The problem(s) with fully driverless cars.

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Including...

-- "Jamie Dimon Doesn’t Want His Bankers Reading The Notoriously Foul-Mouthed And Snarky Financial Times".

-- Setser on capital inflows into the US.

-- Glencore, What China Giveth, China Can Taketh Away.

-- Notes on the economics of energy storage.

-- The problem(s) with fully driverless cars.

Continue reading: Further reading