When we look at China’s child policies, changing from one to two to three, we see an impact on babies, boys, and the elderly.
Weekly Roundup: From Calories to Climate
Our economic news summary included climate talks and externalities, “missing women” and Asian marriage markets, seniors’ spending and manufacturing supply.
Weekly Roundup: From Garbage Questions to Credit Card Costs
Our economic news summary includes expectations bias and female scholars, the environmental debate about garbage and hidden credit card externalities.
How U.S. Marriage Markets Differ
Looking at gender ratios at colleges, for college graduates and in metro areas, we find that marriage markets vary.
Weekly Roundup: From Drinking Behavior to Dating Decisions
This week’s everyday economics involved 6 economists and such ideas as product differentiation, behavioral economics, marginal utility, price and trade.
How Men Act When They Outnumber Women
How gender ratios in the U.S. and China affect men’s financial behavior can be explained with supply and demand and behavioral economics from Gary Becker.