Centives is an economics blog that focuses on the fun and quirky side of economics. It was originally started by students at Lehigh University. We stay away from the political and controversial not because it’s not important (it is!) but because there are much smarter minds than ours at work trying to figure it all out.
We spend most of our time linking to interesting things around the web, and we call them Daily Bulletins. You can find them over here. We also work very hard to produce our own interesting content, we call them Editorials, and you can see a list of the stuff that we wrote over here. Our most popular ones can be seen in the Greatest Hits section.
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