Do you sometimes talk to your economist friends and they say something that leaves you scratching your head? Maybe you feel like you’ll never understand the words coming out of those econ nerds’ mouths. Don’t worry, we have the solution! Below we have provided some helpful translations, so you too can throw around confusing jargon with ease: Continue reading “Sh*t Economists Say Part 2”
By Kevin D. Gomez and Alex Kanode
Mother’s Day is around the corner…like, tomorrow. Some of y’all may be panicking as we speak, thinking about what to buy the mothers in your life. Maybe you’ve read a clever economist’s argument that the best gift is cash and you’re thinking to Venmo your mom some dough. Continue reading “ReasonablEconomics Advice for Mother’s Day”
A re-sharing of my post from last year. 2016 has been a rough year for many and the last thing we want to do is make it worse by inefficiently buying gifts. Merry Christmas, y’all!
It’s that time of year again. The rush to buy things for people that you guess you care enough about to trawl the discount shelves. However, don’t fret over finding the “right” gift—economic fundamentals tell us it’s inefficient. Continue reading “The Best Gift to Give This Christmas”