A previous post of this weblog dealt with organizing some past Marginal Revolution posts under the various tagging systems used by this weblog. Those posts covered a number of areas of interest to this weblog.
- The roots of medical innovation which involved healthcare and innovation.
- Why are there no grocery stores in poor neighborhoods? which takes a look at some important issues that arise in trying to achieve something through economic development.
- Subprime fact of the day which allows comparison with what was said about the subprime issue back in November and what is happening today.
- Finally, one link which was pointed to by Marginal Revolution Balancing market freedoms - International Herald Tribune, the diigo stickynote links link back to the original Marginal Revolution posts.
All of this adds to a hopefully ever expanding education on economics, web 2.0 and other areas of interest.