Kevin Gomez, co-founder of ReasonablEconomics, joins Kenzi in the Bahamas at an economics conference to talk about how economics explains why a little sea breeze leads to lighter wallets.
As humans, we are plagued with the innate hubris of our ability to control our world. Here's the reality: Not only do we have very little control over our own career paths, but we hardly stick to our own weekly schedule! There are far too many variables that get in the way of our plans. … Continue reading The “Economy” is Much Harder to Control Than You (or Trump) Thinks
By Will Hanafan (Creighton University) When President Donald Trump came crashing through the doors of the White House back in 2016, he brought with him a completely new attitude and set of ideas. At the heart of this new attitude towards the country came his notorious mantra, “Make America Great Again”. His campaign and slogan focused … Continue reading Trump’s Tariffs: Does America Win?
While visiting a family member at the hospital, I stopped by the gift shop to buy a balloon and a “get well” card. I grabbed a card but there were no balloons. The chatty cashier responded grief-strickenly, “Can you believe it? They say there is a helium shortage. So, we can’t fill up balloons anymore. … Continue reading Balloons Missing From Hospitals
By Jessica Feese (Creighton University) Anyone looking to buy a bookstore? Recent news has it Barnes & Noble is on the lookout to sell. Barnes & Noble enthusiasts may treat this as the end of the world, but just look at the facts: Barnes & Noble (B&N) is a company that sells elastic goods. In … Continue reading Barnes & Noble or Barnes & No More?