~ November 21, 2019  ~
Newsday: Ann Choi, Keith Herbert, Olivia Winslow, Arthur Browne (ed.)

"What happens when white and minority prospective homebuyers seek real estate agents to help them find houses on Long Island?" Despite the decades-old fair housing law, this in-depth investigation found evidence of widespread discrimination in the real estate industry. And it's not just Long Island. What will it take to do better?
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The Guardian: Thomas Philippon

Why are cell phone plans so expensive, and what does the answer say about how public policies shape markets? (see also Why the US Economy Isn't as Competitive or Free as You Think)
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Is it time to start paying for progress?
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Chicago Booth Review: John Paul Rollert

Business students face a future of hard questions about the economy, society, and the future of capitalism. How can they engage with these debates while acknowledging their responsibilities to both commerce and citizenship?
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TIME: Anna Purna Kambhampaty

The banana "has all of the ingredients of equitability and sustainability issues, disease pressure, and climate change impact all in one." What lessons should we learn from its decline?
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You built something. How do you keep it from becoming a monster?
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