Weekly Roundup: From Apple’s Chimes to Boston’s Olympics

Our everyday economics includes innovation, incentives, environment, regulation, gender,monopolistic competition, oligopoly ,intellectual property and cost,

Weekly Roundup: From Free Delivery to Expensive Coffee

Our everyday economics includes competition, progressive taxes, free trade, externalities, sunk cost, productivity, supply chain, incentives, & tradeoffs.

Why a Year Should Have 13 Months

Replacing the inconsistencies of the current calendar, in finance and production, the 13-month calendar would create positive externalities for businesses.

Weekly Roundup: From Buying Mail Trucks to Selling Beanie Babies

Our Posts Roundup Sunday 3.08.15 What we don’t know about Daylight Saving…more Monday 3.09.15 Why Apple is like the old AT&T…more Tuesday 3.10.15 What we can learn from a mail truck…more Wednesday 3.11.15 How to find out the real jobs numbers…more Thursday 3.12.15…

What Most of Us Don’t Know About Daylight Saving Time

Always controversial, the idea of daylight saving time started with railroads standardizing time and continued with a Congressional mandate.

Weekly Roundup: From Burgers to Boomer Demographics

Our everyday economics includes disposable income,competition,externalities, standardization,entrepreneurs,federal budget, R&D, labor and dependency ratios.

The Problems We Have With Being On Time

Decisions that relate to standardizing clock time and solar time, and global time zones create commercial negative and positive externalities.

Our Weekly Roundup: From the Invisible Hand to Invisible People

Today’s weekly roundup includes the everyday economics of invisibles like the cost of tariffs, the market, certain jobs, measures and the impact of a canal.