In the state of Mexico, the more education a person has, the less likely they are to use cash to pay for Uber rides. Those with an average of six years of schooling pay about 65% of their Uber rides with cash, while those with an average of fourteen years of schooling pay about 20% of their Uber rides with cash.
Uber Mexico: More Education = Less Cash Usage
A Global View of Creative Destruction
Trade policy has recently been in the news, with the focus on the costs to firms from higher prices due to trade tariffs. However, the focus on the effect of tariffs on prices misses perhaps the most important benefit from international trade: the transmission of ideas.
Topics: Industrial Organization, Technology & Innovation
In the early days of Microsoft, Bill Gates and Paul Allen did not need investors’...
Topics: Employment & Wages, Industrial Organization, Technology & Innovation
What Happened to US Business Dynamism?
Competition, whether in sports or in the arts or in business, can spur players to perform better than they otherwise would. Take two runners, for example; if there is a large gap between the two, then the one falling behind is likely to slow down since there is no hope for winning, while the one in the lead may also relax as victory is ensured. In both cases, neither is performing as well as she could.
Topics: Technology & Innovation