Three things struck me as must-reads this morning:
Ed Glaeser’s “A happy tale of two cities: New York is a magnet for people on a fast-track to be rich, and for very low-income people. What’s wrong with that?” <- Glaeser’s take on what the mayor of New York City should and should not do for equitable growth at the mouth of the Hudson River.
Brad Plumer’s giant chart on how the world is failing at its climate goals.
Gavyn Davies’s take on English, Lopez-Salido, and Tetlow’s and Reifschneider, Wascher, and Wilcox’s analyses calling for much more aggressive expansionary monetary policy. You aren’t going to read the papers. You do need to read Davies’s précis