Humans make choices they believe will provide the greatest satisfaction according to their subjective values with the information they have on hand. These values are not only unique to each individual, they are unique to the circumstances under which a good or service is experienced.
This year, we’ve watched journalists uncover multiple instances of questionable behavior in the college admissions and financial aid process. Just google “college admissions” AND “scandal” and you will find all the evidence that you need that people are trying to bend the letter of the law in order to save some cash. From turning over … Continue reading Scandalous Loopholes: You’d Do It, Too!
Time for some girl talk about how we talk about women and their career choices. As working women, Kathryn and Kenzi discover they have strong opinions on the matter. (Not that expertise mattered when it came to parenting!)
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.
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!