Weekend Reading & Selected Links
Happy weekend! Here are some links to things I've been reading that you might also enjoy:
1. 'A Vision of Metascience: An Engine of Improvement for the Social Processes of Science', a new essay by Michael Nielsen and Kanjun Qiu.
2. An interview with James Heckman from the latest issue of Observational Studies.
3. 'The World According to Xi Jinping: What China’s Ideologue in Chief Really Believes', a recent Foreign Affairs article by Kevin Rudd.
4. The most beautiful or memorable bookstores in Australia.
5. 'Energy Superabundance: How Cheap, Abundant Energy Will Shape Our Future', a policy paper by Austin Vernon and Eli Dourado.
6. '"Back in my day" – comparing Millennials with earlier generations', a new analysis by the Australian Bureau of Statistics.
7. For What It's Worth, a series of images by artist Dillon Marsh who illustrates mining outputs against the mines from which they were extracted.
8. Reserve Bank of Australia documents about the impact of interest rate increases on the Australian property market, recently released in response to an FOI request.
9. 'Singer and the Noble Lie', a recent Substack post by Bryan Caplan.
Have a great weekend,