The Behavioral Nudges That Our Trains and Planes Give Us

The best designed railway stations and airports have behavioral nudges that travelers don’t even know they are following.

Weekly Roundup: From Traffic Congestion to Job Evaluation

Our everyday economics includes central planning, unintended consequences, comparative advantage, transportation infrastructure, cost & developing nations.

The Reason We Should Drive Around in Circles

As we improve our transportation infrastructure, the roundabout has become increasingly attractive because of safety, ease and cost.

How a Skating Rink is Like the Economy

Driving around Columbus Circle in NYC, sometimes I wonder why so many drivers do what they are supposed to do.   Economist Dan Klein gave me an answer in “Rinkonomics.” He asks that we imagine for a moment that we have…