What Economists Say About All-You-Can-Eat

Knowing how all-you-can-eat economics explains the benefits of buffets, Red Lobster was surprised by its “Endless Shrimp” problem.

Why Sports Stadiums Create Dilemmas

Like all sports projects, renovating Arthur Ashe Stadium requires choosing between most fans and the minority that brings the most revenue.

How Much Money Do We Need To Be Happy?

During the past 50 years, economists have had different answers when asked about the connection between money and happiness.

How Super Shoes Shrink Elite Runners’ Race Time

Diminishing their race time, elite marathon runners wear state-of-the-art super shoes from Nike and Adidas.

Why Millions of People Decided to See a Movie a Day (at the theater)

Trying to encourage us to return to movie theaters, the movie packages that matter have had disastrous results.

How Pay and Boots Reflect the World Cup Gender Gap

Through Women’s World Cup football, we can see how a male bias created a gender pay gap and shoe discomfort.

All We Need To Know About Pumpkin Slingshots and Fall Farm Festivals

The incentives created by fall farm festival prices shape the money that families spend when they visit a farm on a beautiful autumn day.

The Problem With MoviePass

For those of us that thought the MoviePass story ended in 2019, we can go to their new website for the next chapter.

Where Shrinkflation is Spreading

Obscuring the impact of inflation on products that range from cat food to coffee, shrinkflation has spread.

The iPhone: What We Didn’t Know We Wanted

Discussing the impact of the iPhone on its 15th anniversary, its developers say there was a slew of unexpected results.