Posts Tagged ‘nutrition’

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    Economic Growth: Tall Tennis Players

    Aug 27, 13 • 247 Views • Behavioral Economics, Developing Economies, Economic Growth, Economic History, Economic Thinkers, Labor, Macroeconomic MeasurementNo Comments

    I was just reading about John Isner (6’10″), Juan Martin del Potro (6’6″), Milos Raonic (6’5″) and Ivo Karlovic (6’10″).  Top ranked tennis players, they represent an increasingly tall person’s sport. At

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    Dietary Incentives

    Nov 27, 10 • 197 Views • Behavioral Economics, Demand, Supply, and Markets, Government, Households, Thinking EconomicallyNo Comments

    Which would you choose? 2000 calories from 10 donuts that would cost you $5? or… 2000 calories from Greek yogurt, organic raspberries, a turkey avocado wrap, Alaskan King Salmon, green beans, a whole wheat roll, strawberries and heavy cream for $25.86?