Looking at multigenerational households in the U.S. and Europe, we see where and why young adults stay and leave.
The Golf Gender Gap
Asking what is blocking women’s access to the the C-suite, one of our answers could be the golf gender gap.
Where Downhill Skiing Is Taking Us
When we see ski resorts adjusting to snow supply problems, we can focus on how they have to change their land, labor, and capital.
A Feel Good Story From Gander
Streaming on Apple TV, “Come From Away” tells how the residents of Gander, Newfoundland warmly cared for thousands of unexpected guests.
How Climate Change Affects Alcohol Levels
A small example of a much larger phenomenon, the response to Bordeaux’s climate change could transform land, labor, and capital.
Why North Korea Should Produce Giant Statues
The building in our featured image is affectionately called the Coffee Pot. Commemorating Namibia’s independence from South Africa, the structure was neither designed nor built by a Namibian. Let’s see why. North Korean Monuments Created by North Korea, the Coffee…
A Labor Day Look At Invisible Labor
At an Academy Awards ceremony, because the wrong envelope had been given to Faye Dunaway and Warren Beatty, they said La La Land was Best Picture instead of Moonlight. Responsible for a task that we only notice when the person…
Where Covid Created the Most Learning Loss
Through what we should call a global learning crisis, worldwide, children’s educational opportunities were reduced by Covid.
The Economics of MLB Home Run History
Showing again that economics is everywhere, we can explain MLB home run history by looking at land, labor, and capital.
What Grubhub’s “Free Lunch” Cost Us
Grubhub’s free lunch offer wound up being rather costly for consumers and restaurants because they did not know TANSTAAFL.