When a Grade Is Like a Price

Looking at grade inflation at colleges and universities, we can ask whether the increase can be compared to prices.

When Your Gas Tank Is Like Your Bank Account

It is possible that bank runs during the early 1930s can explain the gasoline shortages created by the Colonial Pipeline hacking.

One Reason We Can’t Believe in Innate Talent

Limiting potential economic growth, the myth of innate talent in disciplines like philosophy diminishes the pool of female and Afro-American human capital.

Why Are We Still Short on Female CEOs?

In behavioral economics, expectations bias studies on rats from Robert Rosenthal show how the small number of female CEOS is a self-fulfilling prophecy.