Tuesday assorted links

 1. “I find that having an additional birth causally increases desired fertility by 0.15-0.30. Further, I find the result is unlikely to be driven by experiential learning but can be explained through either a model of reference-dependent preferences or ex-post rationalization.”  From Prankur Gupta, job market candidate from UT Austin. 2. Leave ChatGPT Voice on
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1. “I find that having an additional birth causally increases desired fertility by 0.15-0.30. Further, I find the result is unlikely to be driven by experiential learning but can be explained through either a model of reference-dependent preferences or ex-post rationalization.”  From Prankur Gupta, job market candidate from UT Austin.

2. Leave ChatGPT Voice on while reading a book.

3. Niall Ferguson on the economic impact of the Middle East war (Bloomberg).  And on non-economic issues Yarvin.

4. Can Microsoft use tech to accelerate progress in chemistry?

5. Elites in sub-Saharan Africa are also seeing low fertility.

6. Model these favorability ratings.

7. Ethan Mollick on “GPTs” [agents].

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