Looking at the financial side of climate change, we can use a KMPG report card to see if the world’s largest corporations have high grades.
Looking at racial and gender inequality gaps, we see past, present, and future decreases in the GDP that affect everyone.
When we try to figure out the pandemic’s economic outlook, we can ask economists which metrics they would select.
For countries with smaller economies that depend on tourism spending, the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic will be even more devastating.
Looking at the economic impact of past costly disasters can help us develop policies that target where and how Covid-19 will affect us.
When we use the alphabet to describe an economy recovery from the coronavirus, rather than an “L” or a “V,” some economists now suggest a “K.”
A group of economists estimated the value of digital services like Facebook to illustrate a new way to think about the GDP.
To the Great Depression and the Great Recession, we can now add coronavirus stimulus spending as examples of John Maynard Keynes’s philosophy.
While we know that GDP can influence an election, economists also ask whether the results of the election will affect the GDP.