Here are your Friday links. Also, yesterday we had our first post from Kasey Dufresne, a friend of Notre Dame interested in economic pluralism. Kasey will be holding down the fort next week while I’m on vacation and will be a great presence here in the future.
Ed Fullbrook is impressed by David Brooks’ column on the future of economics- (RWER)
Jamie Galbraith calls BS on Alan Greenspan’s new paper- (HuffPo)
Deforestation is slowing, but still a huge problem- (BBC)
Blast from the past: a 1996 plan to end poverty published in The Nation– (CommonDreams)
Elizabeth Warren profiled– (NYT)
Finance as an ecosystem– (FundStrategy)
Rick Wolff on Harvard’s special place in society- (MRZine)
An organic rice farmer in Louisiana- (NYT)
Is this the future of text? Meh.
When a hockey fight becomes a spectacle unto itself: