Weekend reading

This is a weekly post we publish on Fridays with links to articles we think anyone interested in equitable growth should be reading. We won’t be the first to share these articles, but we hope by taking a look back at the whole week we can put them in context.


Ben Casselman on the difficulty of getting access to administrative data. [fivethirtyeight]

Susan Dynarski on improving graduation rates at community colleges. [the upshot]

“In closing, Europe is the new China and will be the new Japan. Or something.” David Keohane warns us all about the Euroglut. [ft alphaville]

Matt O’Brien warns about the downsides of a rising dollar. [wonkblog]

Frances Coppola writes on negative interest rates and the European Central Bank. [ft]

Cardiff Garcia on what history can and cannot tell us about the future of automation and jobs. [ft alphaville]

Friday Figure


March 13, 2015

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