Deciding which groups should give which should receive, government redistribution policies could be based on a generational lens.
Looking at our day-to-day emotions and our life evaluation, recent studies give us some answers about whether money brings happiness.
While it is tough to do happiness studies, the economists that keep trying have begun to conclude that money could indeed relate to our life satisfaction.
Whether calculating the poverty rate in Rwanda or in the U.S., the income and/or consumption variables you select determine your results.
The 2015 winner of the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economics, Angus Deaton studied inequality through health and wealth and micro and macroeconomics.
Princeton economist Angus Deaton estimates that it will take 500 years for Indian women to reach the height of English women. In The Great Escape, Dr. Deaton explains that a population could be short because of nutrition or disease. When babies…