Sunday, March 15, 2009

Sunday morning econlinks

  • Incentives and globalization, a brief but very interesting interview with Luis Garicano. Topics tackled here are CEOs, football, and...everything else.

  • Finally, for those of us who have non-convex desires, you might also consider the girl's marginal benefits (the lyrics) :-). The latter is also my proposed song of the day. All together now, accompanying Mike Toomey and Julia Zhang (excellent stuff, ad majora!): "Cause girl your marginal benefits far outweigh your marginal costs/ Without our equilibrium baby well you know I'd be lost/ Trapped inside this market I need you to buy my love/ Girl without your complementing goods well I'm just not enough"

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