The regular newsletter will be back in early September. I hope everyone has some time to disconnect, recharge and spend time with loved ones. Meanwhile, here are the books [in no particular order] I enjoyed the most so far this year: Gambling on Development: Why Some Countries…
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How Representative is the G7?; What the future of hybrid work will (and won’t) look like, according to 27 business leaders; The Coming Crisis for…
Climate and Systematic Risk; Early Cities Thrived Due to Bustling Neighborhoods; Lant Pritchett on Reforming Development Economics; AI and the Economy
Why Tokyo Works; The Need for Long-term Research; The next generation of autonomous drones will be transformational; Badly designed streets and roads…
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Refine Your Listening Skills; Steven Levy’s Excellent Conversation with Bill Gates, Should we cut public spending on higher education, a waste of time…
How Plate Tectonics, Mountains & Sediments Maintain Earth’s ‘Goldilocks’ Climate; Lessons From Cotton's Slow-Motion Robot Takeover; Identifying Talent…
Bicycles Have Evolved. Have We?; Why It's So Hard to Count Twitter Bots; Welcome to your office in the metaverse; The Future of Video Calls
How Apple, Google, Microsoft will kill passwords and phishing; The Turkish Drone That Changed the Nature of Warfare; Designing the Office of the Future…
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