A new WSJ piece describes the current financial landscape for a bunch of people, including myself! We are in tons of debt. Though being in debt is nothing new, the type of debt has changed quite a bit. Most of the debt normal Americans would take on in the past was attributed to housing. But … Continue reading ICYMI: We Are Buying More Than We Can Afford
By Clayton Dines (Creighton University) Once upon a time, college was considered a guaranteed ticket to career success. But these days, many college graduates enter the real world with a degree in one hand and a massive amount of student loan debt weighing them down in the other. A college degree can be a great … Continue reading Maxing Out: The Value of College
Ever have a professor who talked over your head? I sympathize with you. However, there does exist an economist who spoke in clear, basic English and today is his birthday!
So is it really true that you can win a Nobel prize just for observing that some people in markets know more than others?
“He who only wishes and hopes does not interfere actively with the course of events and with the shaping of his own destiny.” — Ludwig von Mises, Economist HipHoponomics is the marriage of Economics and Hip-hop. It is designed to provide a creative & dynamic front door for intellectual engagement in economics for students. From a … Continue reading The story of HipHoponomics