Income and wealth are increasingly in the hands of the top 1%. How have we arrived at this stage of global inequality and what does the future have in store?
The Yellow Vest Movement has exposed the decreasing living standard experienced by many ordinary French citizens. The anguish is not only directed at Macron, but also at the entrenched economic problems of the French economy.
During the first half of 2018, major economic and social issues in the US such as the trade war between America and China and the Parkland School Shooting have stirred much debate and tension. The following article briefly summarizes these issues and provides diverse opinions and data on them and on the broader topics they concern.
A system of policies is needed in accordance to the complexity surrounding obesity
As Pyeongchang warmly welcomes the 2018 Winter Olympians, bleak economic forecasts loom in its future. Pyeongchang is about to discover what dozens of other host cities have learned too late: they’ve crippled themselves with debt.
Study shows that women have been struggling in the field of economics.
Behind a supermarket’s shelf empty of butter lies complicated factors leading to the shortage.
China has gained tremendously by the high-speed railway, but is it time to stop building and exporting more.
As China’s sharing economy becomes increasingly heated, some express concern in the likelihood of a bubble.