This blog is where I post occasional thoughts about economics. It’s meant to be a bit less practical than my other blog, The World’s Worst Sports Blog, which focuses more on sabermetrics and economic analysis applied to baseball (and occasionally other sports). I try to keep these posts around 500 words and simple enough for undergraduate students to understand.
I’m the proud possessor of an MS in Applied Microeconometrics from the University at Buffalo. I teach for Kaplan Test Preparation and Admissions. I also regularly teach introductory economics courses at local colleges on Long Island, most recently at Farmingdale State College and Suffolk County Community College.
Contact me at TheBadEconomist@gmail.com.