Posted in June 2013

What’s for Breakfast?

What’s for Breakfast?

Economics: 1. Globalization… There is still much to understand – D. Rodrik I was very much the student that was always under the impression that free trade and hyperglobalization is always the best thing for the economy. But, after you read Harvard’s Dani Rodik you understand that there are many things we should keep in … Continue reading

What’s for Breakfast?

What’s for Breakfast?

Economics: 1. Not productive enough, well, maximize your mental bandwidth! – Chip Cutter Economists try to solve a lot of different problems. No really, they do! Or at least, let’s stroke their ego a little bit. Harvard Economist Sendhil Mullainathan showcases how scarcity makes us not think as well. It is not the lack of time, but … Continue reading

What’s for Breakfast?

What’s for Breakfast?

Economics: 1. Did Messi actually evade tax? – Forbes Many people may be suspicious about Messi’s successful negotiations with the tax authorities. However, he was probably advised by experts and his closest friends to yield and get the case dropped as soon as possible. You don’t want your star player garnering negative press and neither … Continue reading

What’s for Breakfast?

What’s for Breakfast?

Good Morning ladies and gentlemen. Welcome to the second of my blog posts. I am as surprised as you are that this blog has gone this far, so let’s see where this goes… Economics: 1. Bitcoin not a currency – Robert Wagner. Seeking Alpha You may have seen this many times already but this is … Continue reading

What’s for Breakfast?

What’s for Breakfast?

Morning everyone… From England! Currently in London enjoying the sun, rain, and all sorts of different weather patterns. This is my first shot at creating a more regular posting blog where I hope to discuss economics, philosophy, business and other things that I just find interesting. I created this in order for people to find … Continue reading