Links I Liked

Maybe it’s the summer lull, or my fading attention span (off on hols next week), but it all seems to be graphics and videos this week.

The gig economy ht Robert Went

Soccer girl power. Gotta love her swagger. She’s speaking Farsi, apparently – anyone know the origin of this wonderful 30 sec clip?

Francis Fukuyama on What’s Wrong with Public Policy Education?:

“Being skilled in policy analysis is woefully inadequate to bring about policy change in the real world”

“If we are to start telling people what to wear, maybe we should ban suits.” Ht Dr Laura Gavaghan

Fox News v Denmark. No contest.

Simple and very effective. Thankyou Amnesty

Brexit: A Titanic Disaster. This gets better/worse with each passing month. How can they work in a cliff edge next March?

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One Response to “Links I Liked”

    I have been reading your posts for some time now…and sharing your “favourite links”.
    This piece was taken from those selected links, some time back. I adapted/ personalised it and translated it into Spanish. My friends and colleagues liked it!!

    This note is also to share with you the following short essay which I am distributing in the context of the ongoing public debate regarding the either continued construction or cancellation of a new airport for Mexico’s capital city (Ciudad de México). Grateful if you find the time to read it.

    “ENDING POVERTY IN UZBEKISTAN—The Role of Infrastructure Investment and Public-Private Partnerships”

    Thank you and best regards,

    Tomás N. Rico-Mora (MCP-SPURS Fellow, MIT)
    Santa Fe de la Laguna (lake Patzcuaro), Michoacán, México
    @implement21 /