Characterized by an upswing or a plunge, the economies that George Bush, Barack Obama, and Donald Trump inherited were different.
While we know that GDP can influence an election, economists also ask whether the results of the election will affect the GDP.
The impact of the economy on our voting patterns is about much more than inflation, unemployment, and how much the GDP has grown.
From George Washington to Abraham Lincoln and Franklin Roosevelt to George H.W. Bush, U.S. presidents have influenced Thanksgiving economics.
While diners in some red and blue states prefer the same sauces and spreads, they are less alike when we compare their economies.
Comparing the locations, incomes, and jobs of Democrats and Republicans, we see America’s two economies and a tension between democracy and capitalism.
Trying to understand the workers who are leaving a shrinking middle class, we can look in a surprising place and at their debt.
Assume your government has $1 to spend on a social safety net. You need to decide who gets what. One way is ROI–the Return On your Investment. Of course we can ask about return through non-dollar criteria. But what if…
A look at tariff revenue through the lens of a peanut farmer can reveal some unexpected facts about its size and who pays it.