Tag Archives: behavioral economics

Around the horn: Amtrak edition

ART AND THE GOVERNMENT Really scary stuff about political meddling in editorial content at the Alabama public television network. Seems like one of the underreported stories of the year. MUSICAL CHAIRS Congratulations to Randy Engstrom on his appointment as interim director of the Seattle Office of Arts & Cultural Affairs, replacing Vincent Kitch who left abruptly in August. […]

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Around the horn: President-elect edition

Wow…been quite a week, hasn’t it? My election-watching story isn’t as dramatic as some, but I’m glad I decided to break with tradition this year and watch returns with company instead of in the privacy of my home. Something about history makes you want to experience it with others. Anyway, on to the issues of […]

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Behavioral economics

Back at the beginning of the semester, I promised that by mid-October I would have “cracked this nut” with regard to economics, with the help of a course called Behavioral Economics and Strategy that I finished up this past week. Well, I’m not sure I can quite make that claim after all. But I don’t […]

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Back in action

The last couple of weeks have been a bit of a whirlwind as I traveled back to the East Coast and almost immediately started my second year of business school. This time around, my diet of classes consists entirely of electives, so I’ve been able to tailor my course schedule more closely to my oft-idiosyncratic […]

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