Evidence from past natural disasters indicate that the coronavirus impact could relate to the birth rate and the divorce rate.
Seeing where the rule of law is stronger can tell us why certain nations have more economic development and others sink under the weight of corruption.
To its detriment, the U.S. might have insufficiently recognized the impact of China’s economic complexity in the U.S. China trade deal.
At $1 trillion, the ballooning U.S. deficit can be understood as a number, as a proportion of the budget, and the reason we owe China so much money.
Through the excellent Netflix documentary, “American Factory,” and Bureau of Labor Force projections, we can see disappearing manufacturing jobs.
Whereas the headlines tell us all about the impact of Chinese tariffs on the prices of U.S. goods, there is a hidden side that they have not mentioned.
Whether looking at a self-driving car or your airline ticketing app, you can see how automation has begun to shift job activities.
Looking at tariff incentives, we see changes in clothing design and factory location that are based on minimizing the impact of the tax.