Our everyday economics includes productivity, markets, prices, externalities, social norms, distribution, scarcity, environment, regulation, monetary union.
Weighing cost and benefit for Seattle’s recycling environmental regulation involves privacy, dollars, time, and respect for the law and our environment.
As with most mega-projects, 2024 Olympic spending is likely to exceed projected costs and provide fleeting glory for any city that hopes to be a host.
Our everyday economics includes property rights, sovereign debt, default,, externalities, regulation, Pigovian taxes, incentive, state taxes, and oligopoly.
When a Texas barbecue restaurant or California hot sauce maker emits odors, municipal regulation can focus on quantity or taxes to restrict the pollution.
Our everyday economics includes human capital, incentives, behavioral economics, cost and benefit, exports, tradeoffs, inequality, risk,markets, and income.
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Because cost and benefit analysis shows that temptation bundling for gym attendance encourages healthier behaviors, the approach can be used elsewhere.
Our everyday economics includes tradeoffs, debt ceiling, fiscal policy, GDP, productivity, entitlements, regulation, autonomous vehicles, and innovation.