In The Economist Intelligence Unit’s Democracy Index and also through Pew Research, we can see how the economy and democracy need each other.
Through focus groups in the U.K. and the U.S., Pew Research tried to identify the many sides of globalization.
Looking at the past and now, we can see the impact of non-pharmaceutical interventions for reducing COVID-19 fatalities.
Comparing the Covid-19 response, Bloomberg’s resilience ranking tells us which countries are most successful and least disruptive.
We can see the connection between shopping and voting when we look at retail establishments in down-home zones and upmarket bubbles.
Having observed Alaska’s Fat Bear Week, we can see the tradeoffs created by a proposed copper and gold mine.
Although spectators watch the Tour de France for free along its route, the race is able to generate huge revenue for its owners.
Trying to grasp our inadequate response to the spread of the coronavirus, we can look back at decades of decisions about pandemic preparedness.
Observing the lockdowns’ economic impact, two University of Chicago economists compared consumer traffic in places that did and did not shelter in place.