by Tyler Cowen
on May 5, 2014 at 12:58 am
in Economics, Education, Uncategorized |
1. The Nobel speech.
2. Healy on Foucault on Becker.
3. “The wisdom of Gary Becker.”
4. NYT obituary.
5. “The most fundamental constraint is limited time.”
#1: The nobel speech made curious to read “A treatise on family”, the return rate of human capital is larger than other assets, mmmmm
Yet time’s probably the most slovenly wasted resource. You see people who painfully pinch pennies then waste entire days. (Paradoxically I’m wasting time posting this comment).
Is it a waste if you enjoy it?
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