Monday, September 24, 2018

Can Corporations Be Religious? A Critical Review of Burwell vs Hobby...

The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) utilizes certain regulations of the Affordable Care Act of 2010 to determine insurance coverage for employees,...

Anti-Intellectualism: The Demerit Subsidized Good?

Recently, President Donald Trump announced the intent of the United States to withdraw from the Paris Accord. For some, this was a shock as...

Thaler’s Nobel Prize Winning Work in Behavioural Economics

It’s one of two major assumptions in economics, and taught within the first week in most 101 classes: rationality. How do we define rationality?...
Source: Introductory Econometrics, A Modern Approach

Introduction to Simple Linear Regression

In the previous article, we introduced the motivation behind econometrics and the role it plays in the field of economics. We also briefly discussed...

The Cobra Effect

  I don’t think the British had cobras roaming the street. Wild guess, I know, but it probably explains why they were so surprised to...

Behavioural Economics Series 2: Are Financial Markets Efficient?

The 2013 Nobel Prize in Economics was definitely a “weird” one. One recipient was Dr. Eugene Fama from UChicago, who proposed the Efficient Markets...