Monthly Archives: October 2016

Some Thoughts On “SEC and College Football: Is it still the dominant conference?”

I recently read an article “SEC and College Football: Is it still the dominant conference?” on the Covering the Business Side of Sports website. Here are my thoughts on the subject: This becomes remarkable when you consider population and enrollment. Ohio, for example, has over 11 million people while Alabama has just under 5 million […]

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Get Gooder at Good Writing

Are you needing to write and give a presentation? Here are some resources to help you prepare for your time behind the podium. Writing Posts from Lifehack Improve Your Writing With Word Limits Writing Research Papers Hunt, Gather, and Build: A Review of “Weinberg on Writing: The Fieldstone Method” Edit This Post on Editing Deirdre McCloskey […]

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Price Gouging: My Thoughts

Here is a list of articles and blogs I’ve written regarding Price Gouging. Price Gouging in a Picture Price Gouging Laws Hurt Storm Victims Art Carden:Price Gouging Fill-in-the-Blank Article About Price-Gouging Laws Preventing Post-Disaster Price Gouging Yields Devastating Results  Is Price Gouging Bad? The Law of Demand Art Carden on Christian Ethics & Economics Sound […]

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Hayek, “Individualism and Economic Order”

“Perhaps the best illustration of the current misconceptions of the individualism of Adam Smith and his group is the common belief that they have invented the bogey of the “economic man” and that their conclusions are vitiated by their assumption of a strictly rational behavior or generally by a false rationalistic psychology. They were, of […]

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The Best 99 Cents I’ve Spent Recently

The best 99 cents I’ve spent recently? iPhone Monopoly. It’s a great way to relax, the kids seem to like it, and it’s virtually identical to the original. It’s also a lot quicker than playing on the board because all the math is done automatically. If you want to spend a dollar learning some economics, […]

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