1) re-define.org: #ThisIsNotACoup – Dispelling some myths about the Greek agreement
Thought about writing something one Greece, but there are already so many articles that it’s kind of unnecessary.
1) medium.com/matter: Apocalyptic Schadenfreude
The Central Valley takes up only 1% of the landmass of the United States, but it produces 25% of the food we eat, and almost half of the fruits or nuts we consume. California is running through its water supply because, for complicated historical and climatological reasons, it has taken on the burden of feeding the rest of the country.
Interesting aspect often overlooked by many – as shown in this article.
1) growthecon.com: Genetic Origins of Economic Development
An entirely different kind of study is one where the researcher looks at a specific gene(s), with a known biological function, and examines whether this has a social or economic influence.
Some interesting aspects how development and genetics might have interacted.