Attention #EconTwitter: this fascinating thread on why Russian weapons do not work contains (as Jesús Fernández-Villaverde pointed out to me) a lot of interesting micro/labor examples for your class on technology-skill complementarity and quantity-quality substitution.
Seen a few takes recently arguing that Russian weapons don’t work well. Having spent time inside a number of Russian manufactured systems I thought I’d address why I think there is often a gap between Russian weapons on paper versus their performance in the field. 1/25

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