Month: October 19, 2012

Oct 19,2012

Talent Tip #38: Tips for Talking About Salary

If my candidates are any indication, talking about salary is one of the most dreaded conversations one can have — second only to perhaps “the birds and the bees” discussion with your...

Oct 18,2012

‘Living Economics’ Is Enjoyable Economics

By all accounts, Peter Boettke is exactly what he claims to be in Living Economics—a lover not just of economics but also of teaching economics. This book mixes together Boettke’s...

Oct 17,2012

What’s So Great About Economic Freedom?

Tuesday November 13th from 6:30 to 8:00pm at the Penn Brewery. Speaker: Dr. John Hardin from the Koch Institute Admission: $10, free for students and AFF members RSVP on facebook...

Oct 16,2012

Leisure in Korea

This past summer I graduated from college, married the best girl in the world (she is so patient and will turn me into a human being eventually), and moved to...

Oct 15,2012

Preserve Digital Letters

The spread of literacy in the 16th century, amid a burgeoning production of paper, ushered in letter writing as a new form of communication. Over the following few centuries, countless...