Tuesday, 8 December 2009

Interesting blog bits

  1. MacDoctor on Laid to Rest. It is time to lay the myth that cellphone use causes cancer to rest.
  2. Brad Taylor says Well Done, Danish Sex Workers.
  3. Mark J. Perry says We Live Longer Than Ever, Food's Never Been Cheaper, Economy's Never Been More Efficient. At least in the US.
  4. Greg Mankiw on The Pigou Club talks to the Senate. A good thing?
  5. Al Roth on The market for blood plasma. Is money tainting the plasma supply?
  6. Eric Crampton points out Reasons to distrust petitions. People sign a petition to raise the inflation rate. No I'm not having you on.
  7. Daniel Gros explains Why a cap-and-trade system can be bad for your health. The purpose of a cap-and-trade system is to help in the fight against global climate change. This column warns that a unilateral approach could increase global emissions by shifting production to more carbon-intensive methods abroad. Acting alone, the EU’s Emission Trading Scheme may be doing more harm than good.
  8. Matt Nolan on A little bit of filler on monetary policy: An addition to the Dom article

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