My dear SwiftEconomics readers, I have put together a book out of my Economic Lies, Damned Lies and Statistics series as well as some brand new material! It is now out in both ebook… Continue reading →
The New York Times linked to Swift Economics last week. It’s just one sentence in a sea of links, stating “Bill Gross says our budget situation is worse than Greece’s”, with a link to my article on the subject. Regardless,… Continue reading →
In the world of 140 characters or less, SwiftEcon is taking hold.
There seems to be more circumstantial evidence that SwiftEconomics is having some influence. Online University Reviews has ranked SwiftEconomics as the 29th best Twitter feed to follow the… Continue reading →
In the "Surplus Wit" tab of the site navigation you will find a glossary meant to amuse AND educate. The following is a glossary tease. Check out the rest of it and please share with colleagues, friends, and family! Continue reading →