Through six facts we can compare the pandemic economy to the past, see its current state, and look to the future.
When we hear about a red Tesla with a Starman inside orbiting the sun, we can think of a growing space economy that is adding to the GDP.
It is likely that the economic uncertainty created by changes in trade regulations will affect business investment, consumer spending, and the GDP.
Finding out what we eat, what we waste, and what we spend on our food can depend on the decade we look at and when we were born.
To determine the disaster cost of weather and climate events, the U.S. government has to decide what to include and how to assess the value.
When we compare Bhutan’s gross national happiness (GNH) to its gross domestic product (GDP, we could decide if happiness relates to economic growth.
When natural disasters like hurricanes, massive snowstorms, and wildfires strike a region, their economic impact is far more than the clean-up.
In addition to teens’ mental health, we can support later school start times with cost benefit analysis that focuses on the economy.
Please think GDP for a moment. Reported and revised during each quarter, GDP numbers create a reaction. If the growth rate is high, lawmakers assume their policies are working. When the numbers are lower, people wonder how to boost them.…
When Bill Clinton ran against George H.W. Bush, the 1992 November unemployment rate was 7.4% while during the previous June, it touched 7.8%. You can see why the big sign in his campaign HQ said, “It’s the economy, stupid.” Now, Mrs. Clinton’s…