Monday, March 30, 2015

Assorted links

1. The excitement of applied public finance.

2. Life inside the beltway. The red team does this stuff too. Yawn.

3. Ann Arbor makes list of top hipster cities.

4. Photos of old Seattle restaurants. I miss the Dog House.

5. Shopping malls not actually dying. At least not all of them.

Sunday, March 29, 2015

Atlantic on alcohol treatment

The title of this Atlantic piece does not really match the contents, but the contents are pretty interesting. Science in the US has real trouble when moral issues get involved (over and above its usual troubles), whether it is alcohol, drugs or food.

Saturday, March 28, 2015

Germany and the Eurozone crisis

A nicely done op-ed by Klaus Zimmerman on the need for structural reforms in much of Europe.

Monday, March 23, 2015

Friday, March 20, 2015

What would Thomas Jefferson think ....

... about the Virginia Alcoholic Beverage Commission Police?

I think this instapundit post sums it up pretty well.

Saturday, March 14, 2015

Assorted links

1. Why I love America: DUI lawyer edition.

2. History of the train station / Gandy Dancer in Ann Arbor. I hope it stays a restaurant.

3. David Friedman wants a better shower controller. I agree. Isn't this the 21st century after all?

4. It's hard to find good help.

5.On the absence local warming in Ann Arbor.

Hat tip on #1 to the Honest Courtesan and on #4 to Charlie Brown.

Monday, March 9, 2015

Business school art

From the Aarhus Biz School.

Photo credit: Jess Goldberg