Although firms and countries have family friendly policies with generous paternity and maternity leave, the impact has harmed women’s chances for promotion.
Our everyday economics includes central planning, unintended consequences, comparative advantage, transportation infrastructure, cost & developing nations.
In government, business and at home, the performance metrics we create always are accompanied by incentives that create unintended consequences.
Our everyday economics includes innovation, incentives, environment, regulation, gender,monopolistic competition, oligopoly ,intellectual property and cost,
Our everyday economics includes developing nations, human capital, environment, behavioral economics, consumer spending, health care,incentives & sin taxes.
Deciding whether they want revenue, prohibition or smuggling, lawmakers have to decide how high to make sin taxes on items like cigarettes.
Our everyday economics includes human capital, incentives, behavioral economics, cost and benefit, exports, tradeoffs, inequality, risk,markets, and income.