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How Does an Economics Major Cause Higher Incomes?

It’s well-known that those who major in economics earn more, on average, than those who major in other social sciences or in the humanities.

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Is the ongoing inflation in the US economy more likely to be a temporary burst that will fade away, or a longer-term pattern that will require a policy reaction?

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Slavery and Economic Development in Brazil

Roughly half of all the slaves who made the trans-Atlantic passage from Africa to the New World from the 1500s to the 1800s disembarked in Brazil, where slavery was not abolished until 1888.

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UK's GDP is 1.5% Above its Pre-Pandemic Level

Britain’s economy grew at a slower pace than first thought. 

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New EU Sanctions May Backfire and Benefit China

The proposals of the European Union and the United States to implement a complete energy embargo on Russia must be reviewed in order to be more effective.

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Certificates: An Alternative to College?

The number of people with job market certificates as their highest level of education has risen from 2% in 1984 to 43.7% in 2018.

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World Wealth: Human, Physical, and Natural

The wealth of a society is so much more than the value of houses, or the stock market, or retirement accounts.

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