The online magazine Amateur Economists launched this month to explain the factors that influence how people and organizations make choices for non-economists.
The expert writers will explore current economic issues their respective fields, such as health care, law, politics, literature and art
and science and technology.
In "The Dismal Side of Health care" section, a physician and nurse discuss the latest issues affecting health care economics. In "Fictionomics," an English professor explores the subject of economics in fiction, and in "Economically Correct," a lawyer and law student look at the economics of laws.