How Marriage Divides Us

Trends in getting married and single parenting display that the impact of marriage can be income inequality.

June 2023 Friday’s e-links: My Favorite Economists

Continuing with our June e-links, we recommend a podcast series with content and “performances” from my favorite economists.

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.

How Credit Scores Complicate Love

To find out if a relationship will last, you can ask the New York Federal Reserve Bank about credit cards and assortative mating.

Why Women Don’t Get the Credit They Deserve

Expectations bias is among the top gender issues for female economists because we are predisposed to think of a male when looking at academic research.