Two of the two most interesting pieces I have read about the present crisis:
The precious insight of Rebecca Wilder on News n Economics about the Canadian in-migration pattern compared to the one in the US. It’s already a bit old but it remains a slice of sheer brilliance as far as I’m concerned.
On a more EH-oriented way, there is also the comparision between the 2008 and 1929 crisis drawn by Barry Eichengreen and Kevin O’Rourke on VOX.
And now for something completely different: Jeff Ely has a post on the strange tendency of basketball teams to go into overtime. I think, beyond a sport I couldn’t care less about (I’m a handball fan if you need to know) it’s also very interesting for managers to grasp and explain the behaviour of the teams they are meant to lead.