Going beyond economics

"So," he asked, "what should he do?" Straightforward as the question may seem, it was anything but. There were two tracks I could take: (1) the economic, rational track; or (2) the moral, slightly irrational track. I can't quite share with you what the exact nature of the discussion was, but the question would be... Continue Reading →

In the name of safety

I read a post by Alex Tabarrok today, regarding  school safety in his son's school (via the Marginal Revolution blog) today. The post is really a letter that he'd written to his son's school principal, regarding the introduction of security guards and cameras. From the post (emphasis mine): When going to school requires police, security guards and cameras how... Continue Reading →

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