Sociology v Economics: handy translation guide

November 13, 2017

The Great Leveller: A conversation with Walter Scheidel on Inequality and Apocalypse

November 13, 2017

Links I Liked

November 13, 2017
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Huge thanks to everyone at Oxfam Canada, its Executive Director Julie Delahanty and the splendid Shirley Pryce (here’s the three of us) for making last week’s tour such fun, even though they madeDG make feminism great again me dance onto the stage to Bob Marley’s ‘Stand up for your Rights’, get up at 4am in minus 20 degrees and wear OTT shirts.

Burundi ordered all unwed couples to marry by the end of the year, or else. Welcome back WTF Friday

Crisis modifiers: the way to a more flexible development-humanitarian system? Smart thinking from the ODI.

One for the diary if you’re in or near London. I’m chairing Kate Raworth and Oriana Bandiera Kate LSE lecturediscussing Doughnut Economics, at LSE on 23rd November. No advance registration required, but get there early for a good seat.

This is totally enchanting – treat yourself to Fish Story (12m)

‘Economists who let their enthusiasm for free markets run wild are not being true to their own discipline’. Vintage Dani Rodrik

Looking for a visual metaphor for tax dodging, after the Paradise Papers? Sorted


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