Counterparties

February 2, 2010
Dsquared

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Lucas van Praag is enjoying himself: “It is preposterous that The WSJ would even consider publishing such effluent.” — WSJ

Jürgen Habermas says he’s not on Twitter. Shame — Jonathan Stray

“Propping up house prices is now an explicit goal of the US government” — FT

Real estate bubbles are more dangerous than stock-market bubbles. Thankfully, they’re also easier to spot — Dsquared

Very pretty country-by-country CO2 emissions chart — Junk Charts

Identity cards on the internet? Maybe it’s a better idea than it sounds — Time

Index social security to the number of kids you have — Economist

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