Where we live, shop, and eat can determine if we experience the income isolation that results from the people we typically encounter.
Ranging from changes in society to the owner’s messaging, the history of the Ford pickup truck is about more than transportation.
While we can cite a long list of reasons that sports team prices are in the stratosphere, just one stands out.
In a list of the many ways that we communicate our political preferences, baby names could be near the top.
Although the number of gigayachts is multiplying, they represent the inconspicuous consumption that makes more wealth less obvious.
Throughout history, in the United States and around the world, lawn history shows us why we want greener grass.
Six facts about the economics of French bulldogs can explain why they are popular, expensive, and appeal to dognappers.
When two Chinese businessmen both want the same birds, racing pigeon prices can go sky high into the stratosphere.
When Hermes combined very high prices with limited availability for its Birkin bags, it not only generated conspicuous consumption but also a problem.