During the holiday season, our gift giving might have less value than we expect because recipients engage in preference falsification.
During the 1870s some players discovered they could change a baseball’s trajectory at precisely the right moment. It just took a bit of spit. Decades later they banned the spitball because it made for boring games. Fans wanted more action,…
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Lower turkey prices just before Thanksgiving are an economic mystery because a spike in demand is supposed to make products more expensive.
Comparing in-store and online grocery shopping, we see that what we experience in the supermarket and what we order from home is changing.
If you skipped breakfast this morning, then you might be contributing to Florida’s worries about orange juice consumption.
While most of us cannot buy the newest Halloween burgers at Burger King, we will see ads for the Ghost Whopper that could increase our demand.
Tempted by thousands of hours of digital distractions, at home and at work, we diminish our creativity, our productivity, and our self-satisfaction.
The unlimited pasta that Olive Garden’s Never Ending Pasta Pass winners consume reflects a massive change in marginal utility.