Every Breath You Take: Smith’s Creepy, Yet Impartial Spectator

Recently a friend and I were ranking creepiest love songs. The beautiful, but haunting “Hallelujah” by Jeff Buckley was mentioned as a runner-up. I suggested that really anything by the ever-angsty Death Cab for Cutie qualified. But we ended up agreeing that  “Every Breath You Take” by the Police takes the cake. He may only … Continue reading Every Breath You Take: Smith’s Creepy, Yet Impartial Spectator

In a World of Stupid People, Profits Will Still Exist

One might ask, “But how? Aren’t profits the result of shrewd business deals and wise choices by [greedy] CEOs and shareholders?” “Maybe, but probably not.” Economics is claimed to be married to the principle that people are “profit-maximizing”. I admit that I am guilty of furthering this notion. What I mean is that they behave … Continue reading In a World of Stupid People, Profits Will Still Exist

Making Decisions When Married: A Wicksellian Perspective

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