Whether looking at Germany’s minimum wage hike or David Card’s classic 1992 study, still raising the minimum wage can be controversial.
Although 136 countries have agreed to update the corporate tax system, a 15 percent maximum rate is not as simple as it sounds.
With flooding becoming more frequent, national policy makers need to decide if flood insurance should be more affordable or avoidable.
Now and in the past, life expectancy is about much more than living longer when we look at consumer spending and government responsibility.
Much more than a name for trading stock, clever stock ticker symbols can affect how investors feel about companies.
With cities reporting record high temperatures, some have decided they need Chief Heat Officers to create a response.
Owning the moon has been debated since the 1960s when countries, businesses, and individuals had to decide if we had a common heritage.
During construction, a high rise building on the approach to an airport had to lose a floor. The reason was the length of a foot. Or…we should say the lengths of a foot. Why We Need To Lose a Foot…