Weekly Roundup: From Less Waste to More Chicken Feet

Ranging from U.S. chicken feet exports to “Hamilton” tickets, our weekly roundup included China worries and price discrimination.

Weekly Roundup: From More Grit to Less Sugar

Weekly News Roundup Sunday 05.01.16 Why we need grit…more Monday 05.02.16 A better way to fight poachers…more Tuesday 05.03..16 The tax that Princeton might have to pay…more Wednesday 05.04.16 How our mailmen might change…more Thursday 05.05.16 Mexican soda tax problems…more Friday 05.06.16 A new way…

Where Your Mailman Could Be Your New Lawn Mower

In Finland, the person delivering mail will also mow your lawn because lower letter volume from digitization has created postal service financial problems.

Weekly Roundup: From Savers to Shoppers

This week’s economic news summary includes sales tax debates,municipal revenue, stock markets and politics, Uber’s externalities, and productivity problems.

Uber’s Unintended Consequences

When Uber entered the market, it is likely that their competition resulted in the positive externality of diminishing complaints from taxicab passengers.

Weekly Roundup: From Overbooked Flights to Immigration Fallacies

This week’s economic news summary included unexpected insight from credit scores, the natural resource curse, and what the bacon cheeseburger can tell us.

Why Disney Might Charge Us Less

Disney is considering dynamic pricing to spread attendance and diminish lines. Restaurants, airlines, hotels and others with pricing power also vary price.

Weekly Roundup: From Uber Drivers to Gasoline Prices

Our economic news summary includes labor regulation and Uber, the GDP and streets, gasoline price fluctuation, food and inequality and markets and syrup.

Rockets, Feathers and Gasoline Prices

Gasoline prices rise faster than they fall because monopolistic competition provides retailers with some price control although their product is identical.

Weekly Roundup: From Desirable Currency to Rejected Coins

Our everyday economics includes gender gap, human capital, competition, regulation, opportunity cost, money supply, currency and conspicuous consumption.