Indie Economics - Most Recent


We really are living in the (medical) future

Jul 28, 2014
Dr. Goel is trying to do for medicine what Google did for information technology.
Posted In: medicine, medical devices, The Big Ideas

Jobs, like water, always seem to run downhill

Jul 21, 2014
A cautionary tale about the end game of offshoring.

Apple trademarks store layout, genius idea dries up

Jul 14, 2014
Seriously. They should serve Appletinis in Genius Bars.
Posted In: apple, patents, trademark
Bank of America branch in Chicago

Allan Sloan is angry about the flight of corporations

Jul 7, 2014
When Bank of America moved to North Carolina, people said it's business. But is it?
Posted In: tax haven, Bank of America

Remembering a Rockefeller and his gift of time

Jun 23, 2014
How Richard Rockefeller created a true sharing economy in Portland, Maine
Posted In: sharing economy, Portland

Don’t just get mad, decode the system

Jun 16, 2014
Using systems analysis in the fight against AIDS.
Posted In: AIDS, HIV, Mark Harrington

Untethering the Road Warrior

Jun 9, 2014
Unhooking the digital umbilical cord while bicycling from San Francisco to Los Angeles.

A question of numbers and geography

Jun 2, 2014
Where are you the happiest?
Posted In: numbers, GDP, Numbers week

This is your brain on a phone

May 20, 2014
I'm sure that cell phones are nothing like putting your head in a microwave.

The British have solved unemployment, once and for all

May 19, 2014
Some British economists have constructed a device that wipes out unemployment.
Posted In: London, Mind the Gap



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