Cerealnomics part 2:Ukraine and child cereal ethics

When looking at the effects of Ukraine, we have had to as a society and a world face numerous and extraordinarily broad externalities. This coming all the way from exuberantly large gas prices to drops in business output and even the shortages in the supply chain which has caused many of the recurring and abundant resources and inputs we use as the United States to become less accessible, particularly in the timing or manner that which we require. However, when people in the United States were stating issues of goods that would be affected in the supply chain, they probably Continue reading Cerealnomics part 2:Ukraine and child cereal ethics

Chat GBT:effects on capitalism and how the individual can capitalize

In November of 2022, we opened Pandora’s box. Throughout our society’s history, we have had many advancements, such as the internet, electricity, and indoor plumbing. In 20 years, we will be putting Chat GBT in the same regard as these singular inventions or entities that created a movement. In this case, it is the start of the artificial revolution. With all this new information out in the world, what do we need to know, how should we act on that information, and what does it mean for our future careers and educational systems? With this significant shift, some of the Continue reading Chat GBT:effects on capitalism and how the individual can capitalize

The Chelsea Corruption:what goes on in financial fair play?

Over this winter transfer window, Chelsea FC has broken history in the transfer market. Throughout this window, the club has gone from signing major marquee signings to splashing significant cash on utility players. Two of the most notable signings came from the young Ukrainian player of the year, Mudryk. The flashy argentine Enzo Fernandez, who ended this year winning the world cups young player of the year, is a pivotal piece of the success Argentina experienced in winning the World Cup. Accumulatively, Chelsea football club has now spent a lucrative amount of 600 million dollars within the last year. This Continue reading The Chelsea Corruption:what goes on in financial fair play?

Disney: analyzing the externalities

In the upcoming weeks, Disney is facing one of the biggest challenges to them since the beginning of COVID. Throughout the last couple of weeks, Disney has been going back and forth with the Disney world Employees to find a reasonable contract proposal that works for both parties. The challenge for Disney is the majority of these employees within the company are unionized, meaning that the workers within the corporation have organized and collaborated on pushing an agenda of improving the condition of their workplace and quality of treatment towards them. This union within Disney worlds workforce is around 45,000 Continue reading Disney: analyzing the externalities

The eggnomics of the Avian flu

The other day I was grocery shopping at my local Safeway. I have been very aware of what I have been purchasing recently to budget successfully this year, as it was a goal I set at the start of the new year. I have been looking carefully at each dollar I can spend crafting. A plan on how much I can spend on gas, groceries, and leisure each month. One staple within my diet has always been eggs. The excellent protein content and healthy fats at a relatively low price have always been a staple on my list. However, on Continue reading The eggnomics of the Avian flu

AI vs. the artist, the economics of the art market

With the introduction of many different advanced AI technologies, there has been a divide between creative minds and the creators of the technology. Many of the creators of these digital technologies have started to get into conflicts with many artists. Many lawsuits have begun to emerge on the charges that the machines and automated art creators have used forgery and plagiarized the works of these artists’ stylistic choices and ability to commercialize, exploit and turn something of beauty into profit. To fully understand this, we need to take a step back. This conflict has started to emerge due to the Continue reading AI vs. the artist, the economics of the art market

Economics of NFT’s

NFT’s burst into the public’s awareness in the last few years; however, they have been prevalent for close to a decade. They have created much speculation around its growth, which led many to be confused as if it is something one should buy as the public has continued to see people make tens of thousands of dollars in minutes or become a millionaire overnight. Many people lack awareness around many of the variables in this complex equation, such as the blockchain, how NFTs work, what makes an NFT valuable, and why they are not like any other economic market? One Continue reading Economics of NFT’s

How to win a penalty shootout

At the end of this february the two english soccer teams Chelsea Football Club and Liverpool Football club play each other in a well known final for the domestic English Football cup. The game was filled with immense action full of missed opportunities, incredible saves and multiple offsides. The game due to this continued into overtime as both teams were unable to finish their chances and put the game away. After two additional 15 minute halves of overtime the game was to be decided by a penalty shootout. Chelsea here made an interesting decision. Their Goalkeeper Eduard Mendy, was subbed Continue reading How to win a penalty shootout

Sanctions in English Football

Chelsea Football Club is a historical English club that has been a prominent force in English and European football for 20 years. The club was founded 114 years ago but was given extreme capital in 2006 due to a financial takeover by the Russian Oligarch Roman Abramovich. The “Russian oil money,” as typically stated in slanderous remarks by rival fans, allowed the club to splash large quantities of cash on stadium upgrades, new transfers, and development in their youth team, enabling them to cultivate young and exciting talent as well as bringing in the new and prominent names. However, this Continue reading Sanctions in English Football

Managing Procrastination

We all struggle with time management, from putting off going to the gym or doing one’s homework to getting one more episode of your favorite Netflix show in or folding that last load of laundry. When looking at why we procrastinate, it can be found that statistically that 20 percent of adults are chronic procrastinators. This dilemma can be seen in the understanding that if we find a task difficult, unpleasant, or adverse, we tend to avoid them to get the most utility out of a situation in economic terms. This idea is usually becoming relevant since one cannot manage certain Continue reading Managing Procrastination