We seem to be moving less: Let’s see where and why. Interstate Migration Where? U-Haul publishes an annual report of its top destinations. Comparing the net gain of the one-way trucks that enter to those that leave, they rank the…
Thinking about melting snow and ice, we can ask how soon there will be Arctic shipping lanes that provide new trade routes.
Seeing people leave New Jersey, New York, and Illinois, we can start to ask if interstate migration is caused by high taxes.
As our first Throwback Thursday, we look at the present and the past with the 2,000 barrel beer tanks that traveled on the Erie Canal.
When fast-moving Amtrak trains and slower freight carriers share the same track, we have a railroad transportation problem.
Our weekly roundup includes how economics connected Venezuelan oil and beer, Russian taxes and vodka, Broadway and the $10 bill and moving and jobs.
More than just people moving, the ease of interstate migration is one example of the benefits of a national market with one currency and fiscal policy.
While job related reasons like unemployment and a new job are cited as likely reasons for interstate migration, marriage and taxes also matter.
Asked who is trustworthy, arrogant and compassionate, respondents in European Union nations offered a fascinating picture of how they perceive each other and themselves. Isn’t it interesting that the Italians named themselves as least trustworthy? And that Greece named itself…