Kathryn and Kenzi give advice on something they have no experience with, but who doesn't love giving advice? But is our advice the best advice that you can take? Economics says otherwise. Also, Kenzi's a terrible student.
This month, Kathryn and Kenzi talk about what economics can teach you about uneaten peas and matcha lattes...Surprisingly a lot! Curious about Kahnemann and Tversky's paper, click here to find "The framing of decisions and the psychology of choice" mentioned in the podcast. If you like what you hear, rate our podcast and subscribe to … Continue reading No Use Crying Over Uneaten Peas
Kathryn and Kenzi are shallow (and honest) enough that they want people to think they are educated snobs when they go to the grocery store. How did they accomplish this? Listen to find out!
By Tina Tomas (Creighton University) Widely regarded to be one of the best shows in television history, Friends is about three young men and three young women who face life and love in New York. Following these six through the tumults of dating, marriage, divorce, kids, and career changes, the show makes us laugh. One … Continue reading The One Where Tina Explains the Economics Behind Friends
Working in restaurants, sweet talk paid my rent. Sweet talk ensured a good dining experience despite the $200 bottle of wine. It was particularly lucrative when the sweet talk was so good they opted for a second bottle. Or, that five-star dessert adding another $50 to the check. Sweet talk wasn’t only directed at customers. … Continue reading Let Me Sweet Talk You Into Reading This