Reading the 2022 World Happiness Report, I wonder whether its six variables are what we should use to rank happy countries.
Looking at coffee production costs, we can see why Starbucks would be concerned about cup and lid supply problems.
Typically involving a fine that could even relate to your affluence, a speeding ticket is usually about money but not necessarily in Estonia.
When economists focus on measuring happiness, they look at money and time and health and GDP for conclusions that might not be quantifiable.
The preliminary results for Finland’s two-year guaranteed income experiment appears to have created more questions than it answered.
European Union time zones could change if individual nations get to choose if they want perpetual summer time or winter time.
Just like tariffs and other trade barriers, the Russian embargo of EU cheese helped Russian cheese makers as increases in supply and demand raised prices.