Ramblings on my new working paper, and the true value of planning.
Unsolicited commentary on a variety of topics, ranging from my old application materials (emulate at your own risk) to book reviews, and I'm sure much more randomness in the future.
The Fed is requiring the consideration of climate risk for large instutiions. That's a good thing, only if firms do it right.
Mr. Emmott does his best to forecast the state of humankind and reaches a pessimistic conclusion - "we're fucked".
Mr. MacAskill details why we should care about future generations, what puts them at risk, and what we can do the secure their wellbeing. Also, he tells you why you should have kids.
Dr. Lembke introduces us to the "age of indulgance", and how overindulgance impacts our brains, how we can reset, and how to live with balance and fulfillment in a Skinner box.
In over 500 pages, Mr. Kennedy puts the world power and economic landscape into the context of the last 500 years of world history, and prognosticates what will come next.