Economics has been called the dismal science, and 2023 will vindicate that moniker. We are at the mercy of two cataclysms that…
In the decades since the 1970s oil-price shocks sent inflation soaring and shackled economic growth, price stability was maintained even when growth was…
The data show there’s no reason to react rashly with large across-the-board interest-rate hikes. Instead we should pursue policies that tax the rich and benefit working people
A public-health bill in Brazil points the way to a promising bottom-up solution.
Just a little while ago, people said we couldn’t afford this program helping college students with immense debt, or healthcare for everyone. We always could have afforded these things. It was just our prioritization was wrong.
It is becoming conventional wisdom that US President Donald Trump will be tough to beat in November because he has been good for the American economy. Nothing could be further from the truth
The way we assess economic performance and social progress is fundamentally wrong, and the climate crisis has brought these concerns to the fore
It needs a bold response
The grassroots movement behind the Green New Deal offers a ray of hope
The world cannot escape the inevitable question: what is to be done about countries that refuse to do their part in preserving our planet?