Tragedy and hope. Economist Paul Collier's theory offers insight into the Syrian Civil War.
I don't like politics...unless it's related to economics and Miss America pageants.
Love is in the air! I recently married the love of my life. Marriage is not only a great tradition, it is economically effective! Well, in theory. We can now bask in the cost savings of consuming goods together such as a home, car, kids, Netflix accounts, groceries, and so much more! In practice, though, … Continue reading Making Decisions When Married: A Wicksellian Perspective
'merica, fireworks, and economics. What more could you want more from the 4th of July?
The political discussion on marijuana is mostly focused on the consumer side of things. Namely, about deterring our kids from flying through the drug abuse gateway and becoming dangerous at worst or unproductive at the very least. However, directing the discussion toward the supply side, might provide some important insights and a nicer yield. When … Continue reading Monopoly Monday: Marijuana