Companies that have wanted to better connect with their clients have used economic newsletters written by Dr. Bill Conerly. Corporate boards of directors that want to ensure they are considering relevant economic information receive regular reports from Dr. Conerly.
He writes regularly at Forbes.com and is the author of two books: Businomics: From The Headlines To Your Bottom Line—How To Profit In Any Economic Cycle and The Flexible Stance: Thriving in a Boom Bust Economy. He is co-author of Thinking Economics, a multi-media high school economics curriculum used in 34 states.
Bill’s Forbes Articles
- Business Planning With Austrian Economics: What Line Of Business Are You In? May 20, 2018No product is ever "given." Determining what consumers want to buy, how to produce the good or service, and how to sell it, is a process of discovery. The mindset of the Austrian school of economics is far more helpful than traditional economics.
- Many Business Contingencies, But You Need Only A Few Contingency Plans May 11, 2018The external environment can cause many changes to your business, good, bad, or just different. A company could have a dozen major contingencies. But the problem isn’t that bad, because most of them will fit into the categories of weaker sales or stronger sales, with two or three others left over.
- Macroeconomics For MBA Students May 9, 2018Microeconomics, not macroeconomics, is useful for MBA students, according to economist Scott Sumner. The real problem is that macroeconomics is taught all wrong for business students—indeed, for almost all students. The typical course emphasizes policy, not business implications.