Monthly Archives: July 2008
So Bennigans just went out of business. Evidently the jumbo onion rings were being bought with suburban home equity loans. WordPress is being odd about embedded video, so you’ll have to click through to see a clip from that awesome … Continue reading
Two quick things I remembered I wanted to post about: 1) I never linked to this great overview on CKE (the restaurant chain that owns Hardee’s and Carl Jr’s) by portfolio.com: In an age when other chains have been forced … Continue reading
David Brooks misses two things about inequality and education in his column today that I’ve been looking for an excuse to talk about, and I’ll address them below the fold.
I try to be skeptical of behavioral finance. I know stock markets are made of people and people have cognitive biases, especially when it comes to making market decisions; however people plays roles and the roles of the traders and … Continue reading
I’ve heard a lot of people talk about “moral hazard” with health care, by which they usually mean (inconsistent with the actual term) if it is cheaper, people will consume more of it. The notion is that people who consume … Continue reading
This great sociology blog I’ve just started reading, Org Theory, has a post on The Future of Game Theory. Good article, 3 things to be optimistic about, 3 problems it still has. I’d like to add two points as I … Continue reading