The weekend is a great time to catch up on some of the reading you skipped during the week.  So for all you “time shifters” out there, here is another set of long-form links.

Eric Falkenstein, “Smart just means you can articulate your beliefs well, not that they are correct.”  (Falkenblog)

Women make better investors.  (Big Think, The Guardian)

Steve Randy Waldman, “The Supreme Court’s decision in Janus is a license to lie. And it is backdated.”  (interfluidity also Bloomberg)

A prosecution side look at the insider trading cases.  (New Yorker)

Financial regulation has real effects on the economy’s ability to take on risk and by extension return.  (Epicurean Dealmaker)

Sweden as a model for rolling economic reform.  (New Geography, WashingtonPost)

A review of Jeff Madrick’s new book Age of Greed: The Triumph of Finance and the Decline of America, 1970 to Present.  (NY Books)

Geography still matters in the Internet age.  (Bloomberg)

How executive pay is widening income inequality in the US.  (WashingtonPost)

Life as an undocumented American.  (NYTimes)

An excerpt from Seth Fletcher’s new book:  Bottled Lightning: Super Batteries, Electric Cars and the New Lithium Economy.  (CrunchGear also Slate)

Why aren’t we doing more to ‘drill for heat‘?  (Scientific American)

A profile of the world’s foremost beer archaeologist.  (Smithsonian via Longreads)

Poker invades India, and vice versa.  (Open via The Browser)

Why we still need books.  (The Independent)

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