CEE Review: How the Netherlands feeds the world | On the job brain injuries for football players, and more

News and Opinion

Video: How barefooted Indians inspired Bata to set up shop in India.

French fashion firms pledge to stop using underage and size zero models. The Guardian.

How Chicago’s Loop came to be. Chicago Tribune.

Automation replaced 800,000 workers… then created 3.5 million new jobs. Venture Beat.

On-the-job brain injuries (for football players). Business Ethics Highlights.

LePage signs food sovereignty law, the first of its kind in the nation. Bangor Daily News.

“The Netherlands is a small, densely populated country, with more than 1,300 inhabitants per square mile. It’s bereft of almost every resource long thought to be necessary for large-scale agriculture. Yet it’s the globe’s number two exporter of food as measured by value, second only to the United States, which has 270 times its landmass.”​ How the Netherlands feeds the world at National Geographic.

Podcast: Stephen Hicks on what entrepreneurship can teach us about life. Based on his article originally published in The Wall Street Journal.

Is it really commercial activity that civilizes? Library of Law and Liberty.

T. J. Rodgers, hi-tech chips, and a board battle over national security. MarketWatch.

Idea:  “The game of life is a lot like football. You have to tackle your problems, block your fears, and score your points when you get the opportunity.” — Lewis Grizzard

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.

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