Recommended Reading April 28, 2020

The Death of the Department Store: ‘Very Few Are Likely to Survive’. Shuttered flagships. Empty malls. Canceled orders. Risks of bankruptcy. The coronavirus has hit the behemoths of the retail world. By Sapna Maheshwari and Vanessa Friedman on the New York Times Website.

Who Feels Rich Really? By Nick Maggiulli on the Of Dollars And Data Website.

The Collapse of the Energy Sector. By Ben Carlson on the A Wealth Of Common Sense Website.

Making Ice Cream Without A machine on the MilkMade Ice Cream Blog Website.

The Subway is Probably not Why New York is a Disaster Zone. By Alon Levy on the Pedestrian Observations Website.

The Dangerous Rise of COVID-19 Influencers and Armchair Epidemiologists. Dr. David Dunning — of the Dunning-Kruger Effect — on the alarming relevance of a 20-year-old study. Sarah Weinman on the InsideHook Website

A Brave New World? The West’s failure to reap economic benefit from its greater levels of personal and political freedom has broken what I call the “Fukuyama Curve” and its confidence. By James Kanagasooriam on the Medium Website.

DISPARITIES IN MOBILITY RESPONSES TO COVID-19. By Joshua Coven and Arpit Gupta on the static1.squarespace Website.

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