Readings

  • The cost conundrum in health care (The New Yorker)
  • The trouble with throwing banana peels into trash cans at speed (Gelman)
  • The global liquidity cycle underway is big and lasting (Morgan Stanley)
  • U.S. consumers could deleverage faster than expected (Morgan Stanley)
  • Percent of U.S. households purchasing toys continues to rise (NPD)
  • Dismal bidding in Cook Inlet, Alaska Peninsula lease sales 05/29/09 (AJ)
  • Richard Posner on Charlie Rose(CR)
  • A 1989 article about Brazil’s Fernando de Noronha archipelago (NYT)

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