"The Organization of Firms Across Countries"
"Retailers adjust marketing as more men take over grocery shopping"

The only thing new in the world . . .

. . . are the Winston Churchill quotes you don't know. Here's another great one:

The inherent vice of capitalism is the unequal sharing of blessings; the inherent virtue of socialism is the equal sharing of misery.

At the same link watch Lady Thatcher at the top of her form. (By the way: why can't the U.S. have Question Time? It's often quite entertaining.)

On the subject of inequality, Clive Cook--no right-wing extremist, he--makes some useful points.

Yet even setting electoral tactics aside, a focus on inequality seems unlikely to lead to better policy, especially if you look at how current U.S. policy choices stack up against those of other advanced industrialized economies.

The reason is that inequality isn’t one issue but a writhing bundle of issues. Unpack it and you see there’s no easy remedy. It demands more thought and humility than most politicians can muster.

Finally, here's Rich Lowry reminding us of what Mrs. Thatcher accomplished