Rememebring that economics explains our everyday life, we can use a Thanksgiving top ten to understand our holiday behavior.
When we look at dog walking economics, we can see many of the market characteristics that Adam Smith cited long ago.
Looking at gasoline prices that are controlled by algorithms, we could be surprised by how they affect competition.
From George Washington to Abraham Lincoln and Franklin Roosevelt to George H.W. Bush, U.S. presidents have influenced Thanksgiving economics.
The Index of Economic Freedom is a handy source of data for judging whether or not a government has a laissez-faire philosophy.
Starting with Santa currency, states saying Christmas is an official holiday, and Christmas trees, in the 19th century holiday spending on Christmas grew.
With shortages of basic necessities, price controls, lack of foreign exchange and rising prices, Venezuela’s inflation rate is soaring.
Relating to the environment, prices and innovation, a pizza box illustrates that in economics the invisible can be more important than what we see.