Imagine that at some point in your life, for your sins, you part of a panel to evaluate different methods of construction for a megaproject–say, an extension of a light-rail public transit system.
Men and women tend to sort into different college majors. Even given the same college major, they tend to sort into different jobs.
Part of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (the CARES Act) signed into law by President Trump on March 27, 2020, was a national moratorium on evictions.
United States consumer confidence has plummeted to a decade-low in November.
After the pension crisis and the “gilets jaunes”, the darkest hours of the pandemic and a 40-years-long-cycle of liberal economic policies starting in the 1980s, the issue of purchasing power has emerged as a central topic in the French public debate. But the very idea that purchasing power can be an indicator of progress and living standards needs to be questioned.
Economies around the world are afflicted by supply chain bottlenecks.
Inflation reached 4.2% in the UK boosting speculation that the Bank of England could raise interest rates as soon as next month.