Tag Archives: Entrepreneurship

Why Society Hates Entrepreneurs

We’re fickle about entrepreneurs, at least if they actually become successful. Whether or not they add value to society is beside the point. When they’re handsome and charismatic entrepreneurs are “innovators” and “game changers.” They get invited to sex parties in Davos. If they’re homely or awkward, they are merely wealthy drivers of inequality, and read more »

The Economics of Ghostbusters

In my favorite episode of EconPop so far, the green screen experts over at Emergent Order productions manage to insert me into Ghostbusters, one of my all-time favorite films. This might be the closest I ever come to acting alongside Bill Murray. After injecting some funny lines into the 1980’s classic, we move onto the underlying read more »