In most of the world’s advanced economies, there are gains in certain areas and lagging regions elsewhere that create a disparity and less economic growth.
Comparing the locations, incomes, and jobs of Democrats and Republicans, we see America’s two economies and a tension between democracy and capitalism.
Easy to ignore, the quantity of cardboard boxes that we demand has soared because of the incentives created by Amazon Prime.
By comparing manufacturing and fracking communities, economists are trying to figure out why the number of single parents is soaring.
While Peoria used to be the perfect place to test new products like Pampers, now an uneven economic recovery took Taco Bell’s new quesadilla to Toledo.
Obscured by low unemployment rates, the alarmingly large proportion of lower skilled workers who are unemployed is easy to miss.
While economic concerns about China can be statistically confirmed, those China worries might be unwarranted when we look more closely at the tradeoffs.