Economics applied: misbehavior in schools, rating humans, GDP and women working, stock prices, Top 10% pay 70% of Fed income taxes, and incarceration increases because more likely to be charged.

Students asked for more real world applications for their classes.  To meet this demand we are breaking our blog down into three areas. 1) microeconomics, 2) macroeconomics and 3) statistics.

Microeconomics

Macroeconomics

Statistics/econometrics

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One thought on “Economics applied: misbehavior in schools, rating humans, GDP and women working, stock prices, Top 10% pay 70% of Fed income taxes, and incarceration increases because more likely to be charged.

  1. And Sultan, he's the ocagtenorian that Gordo kept pm the back benches because he actually has a brain and an education, right? Pammy more accurately could represent the entitled constituents of West Van, the richest postal code in Canada, that is only walking distance to a healthy person from the poorest in the downtown eastside.

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