Photo by Bernard Hermant on Unsplash Worried your employees are slacking off? Browsing social media instead of calling clients? Leaving early on Friday afternoons? Not to worry - spying on employees is now cheaper and more prevalent than ever, as surveillance technology becomes increasingly sophisticated. Employers can track which websites an employee visits and keep tabs on an … Continue reading You Looking At Me?
By Logan Baker (Creighton University) When drinking a can of Coca-Cola, it is easy to get lost in the taste while disregarding the economics behind purchasing the Coke. Let’s be honest, we disregard the economics of most things. If we think about it, there is a particular reason for the soda’s price and the store … Continue reading Drinking and Thinking About Coke
A central question of economics is to understand how in the heck social coordination is able to exist in such a crazy world. With all our differences in beliefs, resources, abilities, and more, it is remarkable people can work together long enough to produce a Big Mac pretty much anywhere in the world. Economists will … Continue reading Clearly Ambiguous — Institutions
A new study was released suggesting healthcare programs for low-income children have higher returns than similar services for adults. Could this be a simple solution to the bankrupt welfare programs?
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