Because the people in red and blue states prefer the same Halloween candy, we have one holiday that unites us.
Looking closely at the pandemic economy, we see distressed small businesses and their neighborhoods that could resemble Times Square.
When we try to figure out the pandemic’s economic outlook, we can ask economists which metrics they would select.
For countries with smaller economies that depend on tourism spending, the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic will be even more devastating.
Although psychologists have expanded the definition of the good life, still, the same economic policies relate to sustaining it.
Looking at the economic impact of past costly disasters can help us develop policies that target where and how Covid-19 will affect us.
When we use the alphabet to describe an economy recovery from the coronavirus, rather than an “L” or a “V,” some economists now suggest a “K.”
About much more than just a burger, the Big Mac Index can help us compare purchasing power and the GDP in different countries.
A Consumer Price Index (CPI) that went up by just .6 percent during the past year hides a much larger increase in some grocery prices.