Best of #econtwitter - Week of February 6, 2022 [2/2]
Welcome readers old and new to this week’s edition of Best of Econtwitter. Thanks to those sharing suggestions, over email or on Twitter @just_economics.
This is part two of two. Part one is here.
Paper summary threads
^great concise thread, the newsletter could have included each tweet
^semesters versus quarter system. Another thread from coauthor Valerie Bostwick
More: effect of lifting restrictions on MPs being paid by private cos; kidney exchange; inheritance law and women; handbook chapter on expectations survey data in finance; US antebellum currency and crypto; automatic health insurance enrollment; deficit sustainability; inheritance data; GDPR; bargaining theory + more bargaining theory; quasilinear integrability
Requests for paper threads:
^“The best argument for a coordinated market is simply that it serves the interests of the top schools, and makes sure they get the best candidates”
^the secret master plan of the newsletter is actually to disrupt the top 5 oligopoly