How Dating Markets Have Changed

As they replace the traditional ways that couples meet each other, onlne dating markets are reducing the role of friends and family.

The Ups and Downs of Global Beer Consumption

Your beer consumption can depend on where you live, whether you prefer wine, your country’s traditions, and your income.

The Red and Blue States That Select the Same Halloween Candy

Because the people in red and blue states prefer the same Halloween candy, we have one holiday that unites us.

How COVID-19 Affects Social Security’s Health

According to a University of Pennsylvania economist, just three questions can serve as a barometer of financial literacy. Do give them a try. I’ve listed the correct answers at the end of today’s post: As a pension expert, Wharton School…

Seeing the Pandemic Economy From the Bottom Up

Looking closely at the pandemic economy, we see distressed small businesses and their neighborhoods that could resemble Times Square.

The Connection Between Recycling and Coronavirus

Facing shrinking revenue from the coronavirus, municipalities need to decide whether to diminish their recycling costs.

How to Judge the Pandemic’s Economic Outlook

When we try to figure out the pandemic’s economic outlook, we can ask economists which metrics they would select.

The Gasoline Taxes That Are Hit by Covid-19

Rarely mentioned, the revenue generated by gasoline taxes in the U.S. and Europe has been affected by the coronavirus pandemic.

When the Good Life Is About More Than Happiness

Although psychologists have expanded the definition of the good life, still, the same economic policies relate to sustaining it.