The impact of the economy on our voting patterns is about much more than inflation, unemployment, and how much the GDP has grown.
Classic supply and demand, a milk glut was the result of happy cows listening to their favorite music and some other productivity initiatives.
In 2020, a Laundroid might be folding your laundry. The size of a refrigerator, the Laundroid has a bottom bin in which you can place a crumpled t-shirt. Five minutes later when you return, neatly folded, it awaits you. We could save 9,000 hours–maybe…
Our everyday economics includes wages, externalities, productivity, income, tradeoff, taxes, fiscal policy, gender, human capital and comparative advantage.