With the popularity of paternity leave increasing, researchers wanted to know whether it influenced the number of children that fathers in Spain wanted.
Whether we are buying Heinz ketchup from a supermarket or a coupon from a Manhattan parking garage, money and time will shape our shopping behavior.
Involving safety, airline pilots’ decisions during takeoff, flight, and landing reflect cost and benefit tradeoffs that their passengers rarely recognize.
Although the U.S. budget deficit just hit a five-year high, an economist could explain why politicians and voters are not worried.
When natural disasters like hurricanes, massive snowstorms, and wildfires strike a region, their economic impact is far more than the clean-up.
To see if we allocate time like a typical American, we can look at a jelly beans video and the annual American Time Use Survey (ATUS).
Unless the U.S. government lets a woman in Tennessee keep and then sell her moon dust, it will remain a “priceless” national treasure with unknown value.
Soon to be swamped by the baby boomers, Medicare’s finances are summarized in this year’s report from the trustees that oversee the program’s funding.
Looking at the world’s most bike-friendly cities, you can see why only one city in the U.S. was among the top twenty in 2015 and none were there in 2017.