Category Archives: Economics

I For One Welcome Our New, Scaly Overlords…

Well, it looks like Rand and Clark and Jeff are too busy blogging about the New Space conference to start synthesizing things yet, so I’ll just make some comments on the big news from yesterday. In case you don’t read … Continue reading

Posted in Business, Economics, Launch Vehicles, Space Policy | 17 Comments

Some Launch Economics

A commenter on my post about Soyuz launches from Kourou raised the question of whether launch prices would really drop with an increase in flight rate. This question may be due to discussions about a report prepared for NASA by … Continue reading

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Subeconomics Resource Transformation and The Fallacy of Technological Stasis

I just read a very interesting article on the Ludwig von Mises Insitute website, that got me thinking a bit about how to better explain my thoughts about how I think lunar markets will pan out. There are a lot … Continue reading

Posted in Business, Economics, Lunar Commerce, Space Development | 17 Comments