Looking at women’s invisible work, we also see the relatively small amount done by men in most countries and the pay that was foregone.
What We Can Learn From Lunch
As Covid restrictions and precautions subside and we return to work, we can ask how normal the four day workweek will become.
Why We Want to Drive in Circles
As a national leader in building roundabouts, Carmel, Indiana is increasing road safety and diminishing pollution.
Six Ways to Look at Innovation
Identifying global innovation leaders, we can look at 132 economies, at income groups, at regions, and even creative destruction.
What Central Banks Could Do To Our Cash
As more nations experiment with central bank digital currencies, we could see less cash, fewer banks, and maybe some unintended consequences.
Where Thursday Could Become the New Friday
Asking about the 4-day workweek, we can look at the answers from a recent study in Iceland and also at Sweden, Germany, and Italy.
Should Thursday Become the New Friday?
While fewer working hours can mean enjoying a shorter day or week at work, the consequences might be unpredictable.
Why People Do and Don’t Pay Taxes
The economists who think about paying taxes tell us that there are so many different reasons that people do and do not comply.
How Sweden Is Coping With Coronavirus
Different from its neighbor Denmark, Sweden’s pandemic policy emphasized voluntary guidelines rather than a mandatory lockdown.