3 Myths About Flight Cancellations

Looking at routes, aircraft size and the types of travelers, you can see the tradeoffs airlines make when they decide which flights will be canceled.

Weekly Roundup: From Shopping More to Driving Less

Our everyday economics includes tradeoffs, debt ceiling, fiscal policy, GDP, productivity, entitlements, regulation, autonomous vehicles, and innovation.

Our Weekly Economic News Roundup: From Higher Tips to Lower Rents

Connecting economics, current events, and history, this week’s economic news roundup ranges from owning property on Mars to a pandemic gender gap.

Our Weekly Economic News Roundup: From Chicken Prices to Innovative Places

Connecting economics, current events, and history, this week’s economic news roundup ranges from gendered street signs to our politics and purchases.

All-You-Can-Fly at Buffet Airlines

First explained by 19th century economist Alfred Marshall, supply and demand can be explained by our thinking at the margin.

The Reason This Winter Was Not So Bad

NOAA’s high impact snowstorm ranks relate to economic growth through municipal snow removal costs, closed businesses, and the supply chains that halted.