Author: Anders Warfel

How Big is the Automotive Industry

How Big is the Automotive Industry

We all know the automotive industry is absolutely massive, but just how big is it? And what would happen to the US and world economy if the automotive industry were to have a complete crash?

The Tax on Carbon: a Good or Bad Idea?

The Tax on Carbon: a Good or Bad Idea?

Let’s say you put a tax on carbon emissions to try and help reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the US and save the planet. But how hurtful would a tax like this be on the U.S. economy?

Designed Obsolescence and How it is Affecting our Economy

Designed Obsolescence and How it is Affecting our Economy

Do you buy a new phone every 2 years, a new car every 3 years, or even notice the products you buy become outdated fairly quickly? It’s more than just flaws in the design or new innovations; products now are being designed to become less useful faster and faster.

How Green is your “Green” Car?

How Green is your “Green” Car?

In my last article that I touched on that your green car may actually be more harmful than a normal combustion engine car. So how much of an effect are you really making?

The Economic Effect of Automotive Pollution

The Economic Effect of Automotive Pollution

The massive car industry is playing a huge part in climate change. So how much does a daily driver really contribute to climate change? How much is it going to cost to fix it?

The Economics of NASCAR, Possible Investment?

The Economics of NASCAR, Possible Investment?

NASCAR is bigger than big. The organization leads hundreds of races and six different racing series throughout the year. NASCAR is built for profit and is pretty good at what it does.

The Economics of Formula 1

Formula 1 (F1) is the top level of many different global racing series. It is the largest and most popular form of racing in the world. So how does this massive organization function?

Why is Ford Bringing Back the Bronco?

The Ford Bronco was an iconic car in the 60’s, 70’s, 80’s, and 90’s. So why did it go away? And why is ford bringing it back?

The Economics of Classic Cars

Cars have always been considered a bad investment and you will always lose money on buying a new car. So why might investors flock to cars to make a long term profit?

Dieselgate, Two Years on, Volkswagen Still in Trouble

Dieselgate, Two Years on, Volkswagen Still in Trouble

On September 18, 2015 the U.S Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) found and reported that the Volkswagen Auto Group was in violation of the Clean Air Act that went into effect in 1963. The world’s largest automotive manufacturer includes the brands of Audi, Volkswagen, Bentley, Lamborghini, […]