|BAD IDEA 6 â€“ our economics issue â€“ features more great new writing and photojournalism:
â€“ OLIVER HARRIS goes to Christieâ€™s west London auction house to find out about the science of emerging art markets
â€“ Franceâ€™s Eurovision entrant SEBASTIEN TELLIER tells us why he fantasises about eating womenâ€™s sports shorts
â€“ CHRIS BARANIUK looks at the new breed of student entrepreneurs and the venture capitalists chasing after their ideas
â€“ In Bucharest, ALYSSA MCDONALD reports on Romaniaâ€™s property boom and the foreigners cashing in
â€“ 50 Centâ€™s business guru ROBERT GREENE fills us in on the new trend for cowboy capitalism and the laws of hustling
â€“ JEAN HANNAH EDELSTEIN gets inside British property search engine Nestoria, searching for the human face of the UKâ€™s Information Revolution
â€“ ALASTAIR HARPER looks at the rather brutal economics of hipsters in New York, and how to survive on beer, peanuts, cocaine and fun?
Plus SAM JORDISON on the decline of public toilets; JOE STRETCH on sex and debt; EDWARD HOGAN on industrial gardening; SEBASTIAN MEYER and JACK ROBERTS chart British Pig Farmingâ€™s doomsday moment; CHRIS FLYNN almost drowns; RORY KINSELLA predicts a new career path for Jon Snow; and in a special report, BAD IDEA dissects the world credit crunch.