Weekend Reading, Watching and Listening Recommendations (April 30, 2021)
A profile of Paul Krugman; How food shapes the world, what's gone wrong, and how we can put it right; Bill Gates: How Gene Editing, AI Can Benefit World's Poorest; The Countries That Eat The Most Meat
Read: A fascinating profile of Paul Krugman by Adam Tooze [via the London Review of Books]
Read: Can Trade Work for Workers? [via Foreign Affairs]
Listen: The Boss Factor: McKinsey’s Tera Allas talks about the critical role that managers play in employee well-being and organizational health.
Listen: The Story of Bread: Join two brilliant writers – Rob Penn and Colin Tudge - to discuss how food shapes the world, what's gone wrong, and how we can put it right.
Watch: Bill Gates: How Gene Editing, AI Can Benefit World's Poorest
Chart of the Week: The Countries That Eat The Most Meat [via Statista]
Watch: The World's Best Transit System? | Hong Kong MTR Explained