Monthly Archives: March 2015

Pt. 3 – Micro vs. Macro Economics – Which is More Useful?

At the end of my spring semester in graduate school, I needed to go to summer school to take a 3 hour elective course and to pass my comprehensive Oral Exam.  The prof who had taught the required Econ course … Continue reading

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Econ Pt.2 – If I Had Been Fed Head

A story on the NBC “Today” show this week I think effectively made 2 points.  The story was about a young lad who started having some serious physical problems.  Initially the idea was that he might get better on his own. … Continue reading

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Economics and the Ideal Gas Law

My freshman year in college, I took a course in physics and learned about the Ideal Gas Law.  This a “scientific” law that says for any gaseous material, the volume that it will occupy is going to vary with changes … Continue reading

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