Does the Wall Street Journal employ anyone who understands energy markets? Three rejoinders

Michael Giberson In Grist, Adam Browing asks, “Does the Wall Street Journal employ anyone who understands energy markets?”  Browning’s question and his answer seem just a little off, as I’ll discuss below, but first an excerpt from Browning: Actually, I think they do.  I think Keith Johnson knows quite a bit about energy markets.  Which … More Does the Wall Street Journal employ anyone who understands energy markets? Three rejoinders

Friday football notes from Chris Dillow

Michael Giberson At Stumbling and Mumbling Chris Dillow ruminates on “Norms, agency, and competition,” which is just some fancy econo-speak for a post about why football coaches prefer conventional strategies that reduce the chance of their team winning.  Dillow notes David Romer’s work (via James Kwak) on American football, which shows coaches punt too often … More Friday football notes from Chris Dillow