The race to be the strongest warrior has been one-sided, with Goku enjoying a first-mover advantage over the always chasing Vegeta
Learn how the hiring and firing decisions of the fictional Dunder Mifflin office reflect the real life labor market
With a basic multi-factor model, employed by many asset managers, we can identify NBA players that exhibit (and don’t) persistent characteristics of future performance.
In season five, It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia tackled the Great Recession with humor and a bone to pick. Was what they said accurate?
NBA fans can expect to see more “step backs” and blatant flops around the three-point line. Because in the end, incentives matter.
Learn how momentum investing can predict the outcome of the NBA Finals matchup between the Warriors and Raptors
Diablo 2 asked players to use economic and strategic thinking to build a character and move forward in the game. It turns out the same approach is help in understanding the current trade climate.
Opportunity cost crops up in everyday situations for both real and fictional people. Learn how TV approaches the popular economics concept
Learn why mean reversion in NBA data mirrors the behavior of stock returns in the market
Learn how Seinfeld teaches us more about time and finance than how to avoid a kiss hello.