Posts Tagged ‘New Yorker magazine’

  • Industries afflicted with Baumol's Disease have slower productivity growth.

    Cheesecake Medicine?

    Aug 7, 12 • 100 Views • Behavioral Economics, Demand, Supply, and Markets, Economic Debates, Economic Thinkers, Government, Households, Innovation, Labor, Macroeconomic Measurement, Regulation, Thinking Economically, UncategorizedNo Comments

    Could Cheesecake Factory help us fix our healthcare system? Touring the kitchen of a Cheesecake Factory restaurant, you would see arrival, refrigeration and storage areas, and cutting, mixing, chopping and combining zones. Preparing the 308 dinner choices...

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    Environmental Emissions

    Jun 25, 10 • 109 Views • Environment, Regulation1 Comment

    A letter in “The Mail” section of a recent New Yorker tells us about a funny error on the cover of the May 17, 2010 issue. Mainly portraying emissions from vehicles, factories, and cows, the cover focuses on our environmental problems. According...