Trump and Biden share in both their tough stance on China and a desire to please the markets. Yet going forward, Beijing’s boost in foreign access to its capital markets may mean that the President, regardless of the election, will find these two goals incompatible.
Slowing population growth has plagued high income countries like Japan, South Korea, and the United Kingdom. How will it affect the United States?
As of 2020, the United States is the only developed country to not guarantee paid maternity and paternity leave. Despite the proven social and economic benefits of paid family leave, comprehensive federal legislation regarding paid family leave has yet to be passed…
One of the most free-market economies in the world has started experimenting with a Universal Basic Income system. Here’s how it has fared.
As central banks run out of room to lower target interest rates, when will the benchmark rate cease to be an effective tool for expansionary monetary policy, and what can they do to replace it?
How did a nation squarely on the Greenwich Meridian end up sharing time with Germany? And should it switch back? Spanish lawmakers must reckon with conflicting economic and political cues to answer these pressing questions.
The global economic implications of COVID-19 have been dominating the headlines this year, but one facet of today’s economy that is often overlooked is the learning loss that can quantifiably wreak havoc on future GDP.
Recently, Nvidia’s decision to purchase ARM has shocked numerous companies in the semiconductor industry…
Why are the traditional shapes insufficient in describing the COVID-19 recession? What are the emerging shapes that depict this recession more accurately?
Has the EU created a golden egg in terms of economic benefits for its member states? Or is it a gilded egg that is slowly falling apart?