Why We Should Care About Economic Uncertainty

It is likely that the economic uncertainty created by changes in trade regulations will affect business investment, consumer spending, and the GDP.

When Netflix Became the Designated Survivor

Continuing today, the Netflix effect began in 1997 when it began the creative destruction that eliminated some companies and produced others.

Celebrating the Economic Independence That Alexander Hamilton Created

Relevant today, the timeless ideas in Alexander Hamilton’s development plan are about a sovereign debt, banking, and economic growth.

How to Increase a Woman’s Productivity at Work

Starting with a woman’s work productivity and then moving to U.S. productivity, we can see that even temperature makes a difference.

What Counting Cranes Can Tell You

To our list of less traditional economic indicators like the men’s underwear index, we can add the cranes that help to build our skyscrapers and stadiums.

The Best Way To Measure Happiness

When we compare Bhutan’s gross national happiness (GNH) to its gross domestic product (GDP, we could decide if happiness relates to economic growth.

Why We Should Care About the Night Time Economy

Inadequately supported, the food, drink, and entertainment businesses in a city’s night time economy can be a valuable source of economic growth.

The Light Side of South Africa’s Electricity Problems

Indicating the bigger problems with South Africa’s electricity, Trevor Noah’s Grandma says she does not watch “The Daily Show” because of load shedding.

Where Education and Healthcare Could Be Better

The new World Bank Human Capital Index was created to encourage the leaders of 157 countries to improve their healthcare and education.

The Light Side of Economic Growth

Looking at William Nordhaus’s study of lighting history, we can see how increasingly cheaper illumination boosted our living standards.