Tjalling Koopmans: The Economics of Why I’m Always Late

I’m going to start this post with a story that was quite common at my undergraduate institution, Western Carolina University, when I went there. You’re driving to campus for a class that starts in five minutes. You should have left earlier, but as a 20-something in college, you aren’t known for planning ahead. Feeling hopeful, you pull into the parking lot looking for a spot. … Continue reading Tjalling Koopmans: The Economics of Why I’m Always Late

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