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!
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
So is it really true that you can win a Nobel prize just for observing that some people in markets know more than others?
Your Tinder date is not what you expected. What the Heckman?
If you haven’t noticed, some people are slightly more than discontent with the new president. Since the beginning of his steamroll straight to the Oval office, a diverse set of groupies have followed him around—the media, his supporters, and his anti-supporters. The media has been calling out his every move, providing the ammunition for both … Continue reading Economics of the Protest