In Iceland, teenage smoking, drinking and drug use have been radically cut in the past 20 years. Emma Young finds out how they did it, and why other countries won’t follow suit.
Theory 1: We’re running out of innovations
Theory 2: There’s too little spending
Theory 3: Bad corporate governance is causing companies to under-invest
Theory 4: The economy is weighed down with debt
Theory 5: Excessive regulation is holding back growth
Theory 6: There’s too much housing regulation in big cities
Theory 7: The economy is becoming dominated by big, incumbent companies
Theory 8: A slow-growing, aging population is hurting growth
Five Books to Change Liberals’ Minds
Or at least help them understand how conservatives see the world.
Five Books to Change Conservatives’ Minds
On climate change, inequality, progressive taxation and more, an intro course to the liberal perspective.
When you have to put a little work into posting, you take it more seriously. I wonder if fake news would have spread so quickly on Facebook if it was a little more difficult to share an article before you’ve read more than the headline.
Fake news and Instagram by Manton Reece
Manton is definitely onto something. Curious to see where he runs with it.