CEE Review: Income immobility | Brazil’s bribery scandal | No free dentistry for the poor | and moreFriday, April 24th, 2015
News and Opinion
It’s not the income inequality: It’s the income immobility. Tyler Cowen in The New York Times.
African progress data. Max Roser at Africa in Data.
Starbucks invests in its employees: $250 Million for Free 4-Year College For Every Employee. Forbes.
How Brazil’s ‘Nine Horsemen’ Cracked a Bribery Scandal. The Wall Street Journal.
Richard Lorenc profiles Steve Jobs. Foundation for Economic Education.
Here are must-attend conferences in 2015 for tech entrepreneurs. At innov8ive.
“Are We Too Wicked for Freedom?” Stephen Hicks at The Good Life.
Hiroko Tabuchi on the second B corporation to go public: “Etsy I.P.O. Tests Pledge to Balance Social Mission and Profit.” The New York Times.
Government Tells Philanthropist Dentist He Can’t Charge Lower Prices for Poor People. Institute for Justice.
JP Morgan has spent $36 billion on legal matters since the financial crisis. So it has developed surveillance algorithms to identify rogue employees before they go astray. Bloomberg.
Idea: “I cannot give you the formula for success, but I can give you the formula for failure, which is: Try to please everybody.” Herbert Swope
See you next time with our digest of new and interesting items in entrepreneurship, ethics, and political economy. Here are the previous editions of CEE Review.