Renters, Landlords, and the Eviction Moratorium

The eviction moratoriums that affect renters and landlords require tradeoffs from millions of individuals and businesses.

Four More Handy Facts to Know About Taxes

When vast numbers of people call the U.S. tax system unfair, we can use four handy tax facts to form our own opinions.

Where We Have the Best Work-Life Balance

For each of us, the metrics that measure well-being could vary. So, to start, you might want to try this OECD interactive exercise. Called “Better Life Index,” it lets you decide what the good life means. Or, you could just…

What If Cash Handouts Have No Strings Attached?

In a new March 2021 report, we found out the results for the first year of Stockton’s UBI experiment. Recently too, the impact of Rwanda’s cash distribution was in the news. Last year we looked at Rwanda and Stockton. Today,…

Deciding What We Mean By Globalization

Through focus groups in the U.K. and the U.S., Pew Research tried to identify the many sides of globalization.

What We Should Know About Gen Z

Just 7 to 22 years old, Generation Z has begun to exhibit characteristics that differentiate them from previous generations.

What We Say About Trade

In a Pew’s yearly survey of trade opinions, they uncovered a slew of contradictions that show most of like trade but cannot say why.

Where Life Is Better

When approximately 43,000 people in 38 countries look back to 1967, some say life is better but others do not. The Pew Research Center gathered their answers last spring. The most positive response came from Vietnam and India. The most…

What We Should Ask About the Wealth Gap

Because economists disagree on how to measure wealth, they convey different conclusions about the history of wealth inequality and distribution..

How the EU is Like a Dysfunctional Family

Like a dysfunctional family with members who dislike each other, the EU stays together because of the benefits of David Ricardo’s comparative advantage.