What is Bakeonomics350?

The core principles of economics are in every decision we make, so it makes me sad when people say they don't understand economics or they hated their undergrad economics course.  

In this blog, I walk through basic concepts of economics or explain news events using digestible language and relatable examples.  Each blog also centers around something related to baking, and I either share or refer you to a recipe at the end of each one.  

Why 350?  350 degrees is a common baking temperature, and since you will hopefully learn something on this blog, Bakeonomics350 is your course number.  

Economics is for everyone, and I believe the concepts on here are useful to everyone.  

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Recent Posts


GDP, Consumption, &Cornbread

GDP, Consumption, &Cornbread

Are Imports Bad?

The Case of the Blueberry

GDP, Consumption, &Cornbread

GDP, Consumption, &Cornbread

Demand for blueberries has been increasing but prices are also falling. It must be because of an increase in supply - domestic and International!


Driving Demand & Saving Soda

Dr.Pepper's Slogan "Eat a Bite to Eat at 10, 2, & 4" helped drive demand and save soda during WW2

GDP, Consumption, &Cornbread

GDP, Consumption, &Cornbread

Financial Literacy


How to reduce the risk of losing all your money or baking a bad dessert


I budget my time and my money.  Here's why it is important.


Friendship Bread grows and grows... just like money you have invested


If you didn't go to the coffee shop for a year how much money could you have at retirement


When baking a pie, you have to monitory the crust and the filling.


Economic Topics

Micro Basics

Demand and Supply






Financial Literacy

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