[Ec1] If underdeveloped countries don’t want them, what are we going to do with all our old shirts? Seems like we should move away from them basically being baubles for events.
[Ec2] According to a couple of economists, Sweden is (or was in 2008) worse than the US in terms of inequality.
[Ec4] According to Jillian Keenan, West Africa is having a libertarian moment.
[Ec5] I feel like I shouldn’t be as uncomfortable with personalized pricing as I am.
[Ec6] A look at McDonald’s and behavioral economics.
[Ec7] Scott Sumner is worried about our banks. Most precisely our small banks because he thinks that’s where the most moral hazard is.
[Ec8] What if everything we know about the Dutch tulip bubble was basically from The Onion?
[Ec9] How Wakanda avoided the resource curse, and how it could better use its natural resources.