Efficiency is free [in the long run]

By rickColosimo / March 4, 2020 / Comments Off on Efficiency is free [in the long run]

Efficiency is free in the long run, argues Seth Godin. I read his post as saying two very different things: First, shifting costs to other people ends up costing more money overall. That’s what economists call a negative externality (and the genesis of many NIMBY complaints — no one wants to be on the receiving…

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Places to grow up

By rickColosimo / May 5, 2015 /

Okay, so I haven’t read through the methodology yet, but the data from this visualization and article in the NYT sure do look interesting. Basically, I should either stay in Bergen County or move to Westchester. Here are the meaty questions:

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