Last month, the World Economic Forum (WEF) published its Global Competitiveness Report. The topics are broad and the questions are varied. Based on Executive Opinion Surveys from 126 economies, the answers are supposed to provide insight about short and long…
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A slew of alternative indicators can be used to check the accuracy of recent Chinese economic growth numbers.
As we plan new stimulus spending, we can look back at the CARES Act to see how recipients used their money.
When we try to figure out the pandemic’s economic outlook, we can ask economists which metrics they would select.
Seeing where the rule of law is stronger can tell us why certain nations have more economic development and others sink under the weight of corruption.
To its detriment, the U.S. might have insufficiently recognized the impact of China’s economic complexity in the U.S. China trade deal.
Concerned with a shift away from traditional multilateral institutions and free trade, the World Economic Forum identifies our global economic risk.
Adding together the goods and services we produce in the GDP, statisticians wonder if they should include illegal economic activities.