Economy 22 May 2012 Opinionomics | 22 May 2012 Must-read comment and analysis. Featuring almost no Eurozone, for once. Print HTML 1. Trade, not aid, is what improves life in the third world (Telegraph) Tim Worstall argues that the Millennium Villages Project hasn't done a whole lot of good for the money. 2. Greek Voters Need to Look Beyond Syriza’s Dangerous Lies (Bloomberg View) Bloomberg editorialises against Alexis Tsipras. Not entirely surprising. 3. Kickstarted: my conversation with Kickstarter founder Perry Chen (paidContent) Om Malik talks crowdfunding. 4. Licensed To Decorate (Slate) Taxes don't kill entrepreneurship. Crazy licensing rules do, writes Matt Yglesias. 5. The commencement address that won’t be given (The Berkeley Blog) Robert Reich tells graduates: "You’re f*cked." › Would the Lib Dems consider a pact with Labour? Of course Ban Ki-moon uses a pump in a millennium village. Photograph: Getty Images Alex Hern is a technology reporter for the Guardian. He was formerly staff writer at the New Statesman. You should follow Alex on Twitter. From only £1 a week Subscribe More Related articles Theresa May's speech: if immigration is so bad, you've got to leave Europe George Osborne’s love bombing of Labour voters should terrify the opposition If George Osborne was going to take Labour’s infrastructure idea, why did he wait two years?