The Freezer Farm Where Covid-19 Vaccine Will Chill

Involving billions of doses of temperature controlled liquid vials, global Covid-19 vaccine distribution could be surprisingly complex.

Understanding a Pandemic GDP

Knowing that we “treasure what we measure,” understanding the GDP and a shrinking economy is even more important during a pandemic.

July 2020 Friday’s e-links: From a van Gogh and a Felon to the Moon and a Meat Plant

My July 2020 e-links range from three riveting podcasts–on a van Gogh, a felon, and a coronavirus outbreak–to a good mystery, mars and the moon.

A Surprise From Clorox

In a 2020 Axios/Harris Survey, participants were asked which company had the best corporate reputation in the U.S. The Clorox Company was first in a top 100 list. These were the top ten: Last year, neither Clorox nor Hershey was…

Why It’s Tough to Make a Movie During a Pandemic

Similar to schools and businesses, the reopening cost of making a movie safely during the coronavirus pandemic requires extra people, time, and money.

Why the Pandemic Might Be Worse for Women

Looking at women’s work as mothers and healthcare providers during pandemic lockdowns, we see that the burden reflects a gender divide.

The Hidden Result of Reducing Carbon Emissions

Creating incentives for reducing emissions, we need to recognize how our carbon friendly behavior affects subsequent decisions.

Six Handy Economic Ideas That Describe Our Coronavirus Response

Coronavirus economics can describe our response to the pandemic with the same six ideas that compose a basic economics course.

Where Peanuts Are Like Hot Dogs

Roasted peanuts and hot dogs become rather similar when we look at the impact of the coronavirus on Major League Baseball.

Dark Stores and Other Ways That Grocery Shopping Has Changed

The five basic ways that our grocery shopping will change at home and in the store were propelled by the coronavirus pandemic.