Spaghetti or Soup?

Spaghetti or Soup?

SK Hatcher Soup or Spagetti? Ever since childhood, we have all done our best to maximize our personal utility, we just didn’t know it. I am aware that even from a very young age, I have pensively made every decision through weighing the alternatives. Tonight even, I has a very difficult decision to make: spaghetti … Continue reading

Seeing Beyond the Immediate

Seeing Beyond the Immediate

Annette Peterman: Period 3: Honorbound Why do people oppose what helps them? In Naked Economics, Charles Wheelan brings up an important point “even when economists reach consensus on policies that would make us better off, those policies often run into a brick wall of political opposition” why? [1]. The simple answer is that people seek … Continue reading