The global movement toward carbon pricing is partial and halting, but real.
Global population is now 7.96 billion.
As the population ages, it seems plausible that more people will rely on long-term care.
A few months ago, I ran across a comment from a K-12 educator talking about students who had fallen behind during the pandemic.
A common complaint against economists is that their theories place an emphasis on competition, when instead they should encourage cooperation and altruism.
The debate about recession risk is pointless.
There’s a widespread concern that the spread of new artificial intelligence technologies might cause substantial job loss in certain areas.