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Working with Equifax, Experian & TransUnion in 1989 Fair Isaac unveiled 1st consumer-credit score: a number btw 300… https://t.co/ZrmO3ik0OD


Not sure Le Corbusier would have approved of this adaptation of The Modulor, but this is a FASCINATING piece from… https://t.co/Ud52Qu2Qf3


How disposable income of German households shrank by 6 % between 2005 and 2017 despite long period of growth and ri… https://t.co/eZrYnIaR4s


The IMF’s dissection of the sources of Germany’s striking levels of wealth inequality is worth a look!… https://t.co/WCQugU5R3N


Mineurs du Monde. Mémoires de Mines. this is an extraordinary site about the labour history of global mining!… https://t.co/1zvyYj9fiT


RT @dean_frey: David Hockney
Sunday Morning,…

David Hockney
Sunday Morning, Mayflower Hotel, N.Y., November 28, 1983
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This wiki entry on the postwar history of the French coal industry is fascinating. Pits nationalized as Charbonnage… https://t.co/vGlE0chryv


@michaelxpettis @LRB @socialeurope hi @michaelxpettis am aware. Read one of your drafts. Can you point me to a link I can quote? Thanks.


@adam_tooze @LRB @socialeurope Matt Klein and I have written about this before: the Hartz reforms in 2003-05, by tr… https://t.co/3LzdEmGLiQ


The @IMFNews in its recent Article IV consultation with Germany actually produced a handy flowchart on how inequali… https://t.co/RTgXBubol8


Mulling over my pieces on German politics in the @LRB on @socialeurope and the EXTRAORDINARY IMF report on the link… https://t.co/NYtedVVohn


@bceagle71 Thank you looks great!


As an oil company Saudi Aramco is in a league entirely of its own. The world’s oil industry does not revolve around… https://t.co/NiSskORJdG


@KamiarMohaddes @Cambridge_Uni would be delighted to read! links?


German Question(s): The shocks that…

German Question(s): The shocks that remade German politics - https://t.co/TgO6YSf7e6 https://t.co/aLat9FkLuA

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