When we look at Google word searches, at family planning surveys, and at past multi-year disasters, we can predict pandemic birth rates.
Why We Need a New Life Cycle Stage Called the “Young-Old”
Because the ageing population of people who are 65 and older has become more healthy and active, we need to recognize a “young-old” group.
Weekly Roundup: From Speed Eating to Slow Aging
Our everyday economics includes development, automation, taxes, fiscal policy, GDP, entitlements, entrepreneurs, negative externalities and environment.
When You Can Expect to Be Most Creative
Knowing about how and when creative people achieve optimal productivity is important because of the connection between human capital and economic growth.