economics

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If we're really smart, we understand we're not that smart.


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There are lots of things local governments will buy when the two senior levels of government are paying.


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If people like a product a lot, they’ll be willing to pay a lot to get it.

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Thankfully, our hero responds positively when a neighbour asks him to mow his lawn.


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A new study raises serious questions about book’s core argument.


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Find out what the great economists—Smith, Keynes, et al—said rather than what people say they said.

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The results of research and analyses are often unexpected.


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In the 14th century, women of high status were routinely used as bargaining chips in political and economic alliances.


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Whether we consider equilibrium in game theory, macroeconomics, or capital asset pricing, people must predict how markets will turn based on what they think other people will do.

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