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The Sciences

Daily Data Dump - Tuesday

Gene ExpressionBy Razib KhanJuly 21, 2010 4:03 AM

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Patrimony and the Evolution of Risk-Taking. Possible reason that organisms "mix it up" in behavioral morphs. John Zogby's Cri de Coeur. Creative destruction in the polling business. What is bad for producers is often good for consumers. 'More poor' in India than Africa. Concentrated in the "Deep North". The social underdevelopment of the subcontinent as a whole gets little press because people would rather focus on the liftoff of the upper segments, and their integration into the global economy. "People" here includes the Indian press, which I presume comes from the upper segments themselves and so prioritize the success of the open and global market because it has benefited those they know. Rich Countries in the Grip of Zero-Sum Thinking About Chinese Economic Growth. I tend to lean against neo-mercantilism myself. The rise of China's economy will cause problems because of cultural-ideological differences with the West, but massive numbers of poor people is also a major problem and source of discord. What Do I, As A Blogger, Want From A Network? No matter where Jason Goldman lands, I'm sure we can find him at ResearchBlogging.

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