Monday, July 16, 2018

The Volunteer’s Dilemma with Prof. Blit | Goosenomics Episode 1

We've all been in a situation where a professor is teaching and everyone in the class is lost. Often in those situations no one...

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?...

Newsonomics: Trends in Competition and Bias in the News Industry

Allegedly the most empirical civilization of all time, our Information Age would no doubt serve its audience righteously in their attempts to obtain knowledge....

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...

The Projected Effects of Dutch Disease

In 2016, the world witnessed as Venezuela fell into a large-scale economic collapse. For some, this implosion seemingly materialized from nowhere. In revision, its...

The Rise of Cryptoassets & Derivatives

“I bought it when it was really cheap, around $300, and after it went up a ton, I decided to buy some more.. But...