Posted in July 2013

What’s for Breakfast?

What’s for Breakfast?

Morning everyone! Check out this new post… Hope you enjoy it! Economics: 1. Larry Epstein (BU Prof.) elected into American Academy of Arts & Sciences (AAAS) – J. O’Rourke [BU Today] Boston University Prof. Larry Epstein was elected into the AAAS along with other fantastic researchers and public intellectuals. It is clearly a fantastic achievement … Continue reading

What’s for Breakfast?

What’s for Breakfast?

Morning everyone. Another installment of ‘What’s for Breakfast?’ I am going to be off for my internship but I thought it would be good to put up a few links for the day. Check it out! Economics: 1. Paying people more – Justin Fox [HBR] Are wages set by the inexorable laws of market demand and supply? … Continue reading

What’s for Breakfast?

What’s for Breakfast?

Morning everyone. Another exciting installment of ‘What’s for Breakfast?’ Economics: 1. What has an econ. blog taught you? – Noahpinion This is a great post about the power of an econ. blog. Personally, I read a lot of blogs and economics websites and they provide some interesting but also terrible arguments. However, this is a … Continue reading

What’s for Breakfast?

What’s for Breakfast?

Morning everyone. I hope you are all enjoying your wonderful weekend! It is quite hot in the UK as I am sure you have all heard or read about the heatwave. Well, as you sip your coffee take a look at some interesting articles that have been cooked up (pun intended…:S) Economics: 1. India moving … Continue reading

What’s for Breakfast?

What’s for Breakfast?

Morning. It is that time again! Looking at a number of articles and videos I do hope that this edition is as fun as all of the preceding ones. Economics: 1. The importance of expectations – A. Santomero This name should be familiar, but if you don’t know who he is have no fear! Anthony … Continue reading

What’s for Breakfast?

What’s for Breakfast?

Morning everyone. I apologize for missing a week of posts but I had to get acclimatized to the internship weeks. Waking up early and going to work while coming back exhausted. I had to get used to the new system after holidays… Should be fine now. Economics: 1. [Video] Commanding Heights: The Battle of Ideas … Continue reading