Posts Tagged ‘Bill Clinton’

  • Charisma and Glamour with human capital equal success

    Charisma or Glamour Power?

    Nov 2, 13 • 464 Views • Behavioral Economics, Businesses, Economic Humor, Economic Thinkers, Entertainment, Government, Innovation, Labor, Lifestyle, SportsNo Comments

    Jackie Kennedy had glamour while Eleanor Roosevelt had charisma. In her blog and soon to be published book, Bloomberg View writer Virginia Postrel describes the difference: Or, as she explains, “Charisma is a personal quality that inspires followers to

  • An Upward Dow Helps an Incumbent President

    Can Stock Markets Predict Elections?

    Nov 10, 12 • 216 Views • Behavioral Economics, Economic Debates, Economic History, Financial Markets, Thinking Economically, UncategorizedNo Comments

    No one seems to be talking about what really might have led to the Obama win. The stock market. The basic reasoning is that people connect their “social mood” to the incumbent and social mood directly relates to how the stock market is performing.