Best of #econtwitter - Week of May 23, 2021
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.
Paper summary threads
^affects a lot of econ papers!
^thread of figures
^“A new meta-analysis finds the lead-crime hypothesis to be overstated due to publication bias”
More: US public debt; coal plant location choice; trade and environment; tariffs and Chinese structural change; mothers’ part-time vs full-time choice; coal mine safety; post-Katrina school reform; trade shocks effect on Chinese high school enrollment; ethnographic atlas
^see also: Jesse Rothstein thread on SATs