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Many common products have very high mark-up prices, often because they hold a high symbolic value, require specialized skills to produce, or there's little generic competition.
OPINION: If American farmers get help, other countries will want to help their farmers... and that's what things get weird.
2 formerly obese economists who lost a combined 120 pounds in 18 months say ‘meta-rules’ were a key part of their success
The authors of "The Economists' Diet" recommend minimizing choice in your diet by creating "meta-rules," such as, "During the week, I have salad for lunch."
2 formerly obese economists who lost a combined 120 pounds in 18 months relied on a controversial weight-loss strategy
Christopher Payne and Rob Barnett, the authors of "The Economists' Diet," recommend weighing yourself every day if you're trying to lose weight.
Adam Ludwin, CEO of Chain, on innovative applications of blockchain tech, linking public and private networks and the price of bitcoin.
2 formerly obese economists lost a combined 120 pounds in 18 months — here are the best tricks they used
In "The Economists' Diet," Christopher Payne and Rob Barnett explain how to lose and maintain weight efficiently using fundamental principles of economics.
The last two decades in Japan have been marked by low fertility rates and a shrinking economy. Here are some of the more tangible signs the country needs help.
Americans coming out of prison have a hard time finding and keeping jobs, and it's affecting the economy.
Since Japan began tracking birth rates in 1899, the total number of newborns has never fallen below 950,000 — until 2017.
The behaviors that affect weight can be explained by economic theories — according to formerly obese economists who lost 120 pounds in 18 months...
Lose weight using fundamental economic theories taking a tip from two formerly obese economists and the authors of "The Economists' Diet."