The Counter has an in-depth article [https://thecounter.org/lab-grown-cultivated-meat-cost-at-scale/] on lab-grown meat. The summary is that it's unlikely to be a economically feasible alternative to real meat in the next few decades. The other problem for lab-grown meat is that plant-based meat substitutes
An article on the origins of money [https://nakamotoinstitute.org/shelling-out/] from the Satoshi Nakamoto Institute. Fascinating because it ties together insights from evolutionary biology, economics, and human nature to explain why even ancient societies needed some standardized medium of exchange, i.e., money.
Here's [https://marker.medium.com/why-the-survival-of-the-airlines-depends-on-frequent-flyer-programs-2509bd3f25d0] Bryan Hobart on the bizarre economics of loyalty programs. Some learnings: Loyalty programs are the most valuable asset many airlines own. Delta would have a negative market value if not for its loyalty program: > The Financial Times pegs
This article [https://www.brickunderground.com/rent/do-concessions-throw-off-the-market] puts forward a theory of why rents for commercial real-estate in New York City haven't gone down during the pandemic. I suspect similar dynamics apply to commercial real estate and rental housing worldwide. Notable quote: > Land