How Fast Fashion Is Slowing Sales

With more of us taking advantage of fast fashion firms’ easy online return policies, they’ve decided their cost is too high.

Are Checks Like Dinosaurs?

Moving away from cash and checks, for many of us, our money transactions have changed during the past 25 years.

Why Hogs Are Happier

With a May 2023 decision about animal welfare, the Supreme Court affected the supply and demand for pork bellies.

How to Change an Infrastructure

Whether looking from the bottom up or top down, a U.S. transportation infrastructure injection of many billions of dollars is complex.

Why You Might Be Younger Than You Think

Typically starting with your birth date, calculating your age could depend on chronology, biology, or where you live.

How Norway Got A Longer Coastline

Looking at the changing length of Norway’s coastline, we can ask if it is different or the change comes from us.

The Real Reasons That Prices Go Up

Looking at reasons for firms’ price increase decisions, we can precisely see what fueled inflation during the past two years.

Where Less AC Might Mean More

Paradoxically, because air conditioning demand could increase with a more efficient window unit, we could have some unintended consequences.

Measuring Global Well-Being

Looking at the global well-being metrics from the Social Progress Imperative, we can see 60 criteria that exclude GDP.

How Grandma Responds to a Debt Default

Affecting citizens, creditors, and contractors, a debt default is a personal event that touches the lives of millions of people.