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Tag Archives: freakonomics
This time of the year can be frustrating. Documents are gathered. Receipts are gathered and reviewed. It is tax season. It is a complicated system. The government favors or incentivizes certain behavior and business. Can’t we just go to a … Continue reading
Two young economists, Steve and Allison Sexton (twins), argue that the popularity of the Toyota Prius is found in “conspicuous conservation.” Steve Sexton explains, “The Honda Civic hybrid looks like a regular Honda Civic. The Ford Escape hybrid looks like … Continue reading
Definition: “Abortion” in this study does not refer to spontaneous abortions (miscarriages) or accidental abortions. The word in this study refers to the voluntary termination of pregnancy. Abortion is common around the globe. Since Roe v. Wade decision (Jan. 22, … Continue reading