While we’ve heard the coronavirus impact on two cruise ships and on Apple’s projected revenue, its impact on garlic is less well known.
February 2020 Friday’s e-links: Animated Economic History
Our first February’s e-links is a “bar chart race” from economist Mark Perry that perfectly, in less than 30 seconds, summarizes U.S. trade from 1992-2019.
When a Tariff Is Like a Butterfly
While we can identify the billions of dollars of goods affected by U.S. China trade war, the tariff impact has also been invisible.
Why the U.S. China Trade War Is like An OPEC Meeting
The one similarity shared by the U.S. China Trade War, OPEC negotiations, and two burglars separated in jail is the Prisoners’ Dilemma.
Why Trade Is Good
Knowing that the benefits of free trade can be invisible, we can use a list of six brief reasons to actually see why trade is good.
The Little-Known Impact of Chinese Tariffs
Whereas the headlines tell us all about the impact of Chinese tariffs on the prices of U.S. goods, there is a hidden side that they have not mentioned.