If your New Year’s resolution is to sound more like an economist, today’s post suggests the top ten ways to achieve your goal.
Looking at an economist’s Valentine, we would find production possibilities, inelasticity, marginal returns, and also some poetry.
As the New Year begins, we might want to think of this updated list of the top ten ways that we can sound like an economist.
Although you’ll see that the Amazon reviews for How to Avoid Huge Ships are hilarious, it’s still one of those unwanted gifts that creates deadweight loss.
This week’s economic news summary included price and the neurology of shopping, time and globalization, stock market history and the Brazilian gender gap.
Our everyday economics includes innovation, incentives, environment, regulation, gender,monopolistic competition, oligopoly ,intellectual property and cost,
Our everyday economics include globalization, opportunity cost, inflation, employment, monetary policy, negative externalities, recession, business cycle.