Sprawl As A Tax On Spontaneity

Lynne Kiesling In his post inquiring why we organize our kids so much, I like the way Tyler Cowen put his hypothesis 3: Suburban sprawl is a tax on spontaneity. And as more kids get trapped into planned networks, it becomes harder to go it alone. I think there’s some validity to that hypothesis. I … More Sprawl As A Tax On SpontaneityMore Sprawl As A Tax On Spontaneity

Sunstein’s Post On Wikipedia And Hayek

Lynne Kiesling Cass Sunstein is currently guest-blogging at Lessig’s place, and has a thought-provoking post on information aggregation, Wikipedia, prices, and Hayek. The post itself and the comments have a lot of good content, and I recommend reading them. It also follows on a prior post on information aggregation more generally, as Sunstein works on … More Sunstein’s Post On Wikipedia And HayekMore Sunstein’s Post On Wikipedia And Hayek

Steve Recommends Tour Video Highlights

Lynne Kiesling In the comments to the prior post, Steve from The Modulator suggests seeing the videos of Stages 14 and 15. In looking for them, I’ve found that VeloNews has video highlights by stage for folks in the US. More economics content this afternoon; I am writing and conference-calling. … More Steve Recommends Tour Video Highlights