Monthly Archives: June 2016

A Lament for the Millennials (2): UK house prices vs. average student debt upon graduation 2000-2015

I looked into how house prices and student debt upon graduation have changed over the past 15 years. Continue reading

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Reference bias: what does “good” look like?

A recent study by Heckman & Kautz ranked nations according to their self-reported conscientiousness. They then cross referenced the average number of hours a worker in that country actually works each year (see below). National rank in conscientiousness vs. average … Continue reading

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