Economics

POST #36: Why I’m Glad I Don’t Follow Football

A few weeks ago, I was lucky enough to have dinner with Professor Bob Hahn (currently at Oxford), and his wife. Among other things, he's a Behavioural Economist, and it was one of the first times I have ever had a long conversation about Behavioural Economics without boring the other person a lot! He has… Continue reading POST #36: Why I’m Glad I Don’t Follow Football

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Economics

POST #25: If You Want To Be A Millionaire…

Hello again! I haven't posted in a while; mainly due to the fact that summer has arrived and I've beenΒ enjoying writing poems and songs, having long conversations and playing guitar late into the night πŸ™‚ In fact, I've just flown back from an awesome holiday in Spain, and was thinking on the flight about a… Continue reading POST #25: If You Want To Be A Millionaire…

Economics

POST #2: Curly v. Straight; Why We Always Want What We Can’t Have

My hair. I've touched on it before, and I suppose that's because it's quite a big part of who I am. Both Mum and Dad also have curly hair, and those genes seem to have gleefully combined to create a whopping mass of frizz sitting on top of my head at all times. I don't… Continue reading POST #2: Curly v. Straight; Why We Always Want What We Can’t Have