Tackling bycatch in large-scale fishing can make our seafood habit more sustainable
Were he still alive, former prime minister Robert Muldoon might have warned the Labour government about the trouble a wage freeze can get you into.
The English economist's views on "animal spirits" are vital to understanding his work.
Student loan debt can affect not only the financial health of recent grads but also their mental and emotional health. Three scholars weigh in on the greater costs student loans can have on borrowers.
It's meant to stop what's known as 'carbon leakage' – when production moves elsewhere to avoid climate policies – but the solution has economic, legal and environmental consequences.
As Canada emerges from the pandemic, creating jobs and achieving full employment are top priorities. Relegated to the back burner are balanced budgets and reducing debt.
CEOs, including at oil companies and airlines, are relying on trees and oceans to capture and store carbon for them, but the numbers don't add up.
Although STEM professions, especially tech fields, receive most of the criticism, the numbers show economics is actually worse.
China is providing masks, vaccines, medical equipment and personnel to African countries ignored by the U.S. in recent years, positioning itself as an essential partner to the region.
Massive stimulus plans combined with rising production costs could lead to expectations that inflation will rise. And that alone could trigger an inflationary spiral not seen in 25 years.
Contrary to popular belief, falling natural gas prices didn't significantly accelerate coal power plant retirements. Here's what did.
Some economists have defended price gouging, saying it helps increase supply and prevent against hoarding. An ethicist suggests this might be missing the point.
There's no going back to normal after COVID-19, partly because our pre-pandemic world was anything but normal.
Assessing around 500 of the composer's correspondence, we are able to see how a rise in sadness and other negative emotions resulted in increased creative productivity.
Universities and the professions are changing in response to climate change. When will the advances in knowledge and practice we are already seeing prompt governments to act with the required urgency?
If inflation follows economic recovery, the Bank of England may be hesitant to raise interest rates enough to hold it back.
Refugees hinder the US economy, the Trump administration has said as it cuts refugee admissions to record lows. But data show that they boost economies, revive neighborhoods and expand tax bases.
Coronavirus cases have risen sharply across the Mountain West, Midwest and plains. Over 70% of nonmetropolitan counties are now "red zones," suggesting viral spread is out of control.
For their work on auctions and 'the winner's curse', Stanford neigbhours Paul Milgrom and Robert Wilson have won the 2020 Nobel Prize for economics.
Realizing that economics is a lot like fiction helps us better evaluate the claims economists make about the world we all live in.