Serialized Learning Economics-Based Personal Finance
A 6-page warm up
This is the first drop of a serial presentation of a book coauthored with Aaron Stevens, in which subscribers walk through a course very similar to the course I teach at SMU in Dallas to undergraduate students. Last week, I introduced this deeper learning opportunity for paid subscribers. In the future, drop days will be Tuesday, when you can race to your inbox to learn, “What’s next?”
Each drop will include a short description of the day’s content, a two-paragraph excerpt, a complete PDF for paid subscribers to download, and a comment area. Bonus content as we go along.
Shorter vignettes will continue periodically. The entire archive is available to paid subscribers, and prior posts are categorized by topic here.
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Today: An introduction to the ideas of economics-based financial planning and how it is different from conventional financial planning.