By Logan Baker (Creighton University) When drinking a can of Coca-Cola, it is easy to get lost in the taste while disregarding the economics behind purchasing the Coke. Let’s be honest, we disregard the economics of most things. If we think about it, there is a particular reason for the soda’s price and the store … Continue reading Drinking and Thinking About Coke
You hear it all the time: “Something weird happens to you when you turn 30.” Life gets a bit more serious, namely career changes, concerns about retirement, and passing out well before midnight. The term “settling down” takes over your mind. This story does not apply to everyone. Being 30-year old today is much different … Continue reading Got a Little Older, Got a Little Wieser
Shohei Ohtani is a twenty-three year old Japanese baseball player. He possesses a fastball that tops 100 MPH and hitting power that promises home runs in bunches. He signed this winter with the Los Angeles Angels after four years of wild success playing as both a pitcher and hitter in Japan. Ohtani plans to play … Continue reading Will the Supposed “Next Babe Ruth” Shohei Ohtani Defy Economics? Probably not.