When we look at Google word searches, at family planning surveys, and at past multi-year disasters, we can predict pandemic birth rates.
Characterized by an upswing or a plunge, the economies that George Bush, Barack Obama, and Donald Trump inherited were different.
Looking closely at the pandemic economy, we see distressed small businesses and their neighborhoods that could resemble Times Square.
Although psychologists have expanded the definition of the good life, still, the same economic policies relate to sustaining it.
Looking at the economic impact of past costly disasters can help us develop policies that target where and how Covid-19 will affect us.
While the headlines tell us the monthly unemployment rate, we can look at other numbers in the report to get the whole story.
Different from its neighbor Denmark, Sweden’s pandemic policy emphasized voluntary guidelines rather than a mandatory lockdown.
Looking more closely at the lockdown, we can identify the kinds of jobs that involve working remotely and where they are located.
To the Great Depression and the Great Recession, we can now add coronavirus stimulus spending as examples of John Maynard Keynes’s philosophy.