Compared to people who aren’t as good at math, people who are better at math are more happy when they have high incomes and less happy when they have lower incomes.
Student loan forgiveness doesn’t benefit the economy the way some advocates believe it would, an economist argues.
People who struggle with numbers are also likely to struggle in life, new research shows.
We found that vegan and vegetarian diets cost a third less than current high-meat, high-dairy diets many people follow.
The change point at which the happiness of most Australians no longer strongly depends on income has almost doubled from A$43,000 to A$74,000.
For young people, super is the biggest single asset they have – so it’s worth knowing what the law says on how it could be split if a relationship ends.
As federal student loan debt continues to rise, a number of scholars discuss how debt affects the nation’s college students, graduates and the economy as a whole.
The country became the first to make bitcoin a formal part of its payments system, but whether it’ll catch on is another story.
When kids have enough food to eat over the weekend, they do better in reading and math, a December 2020 study finds.
Student loan debt has long been considered a drag on the economy. But will canceling it actually do much to spur spending? An economist weighs in.
Make 10,000 sheets of coloured dots and give them each a corresponding NFT, and what do you have?
Confederate paper money was a promise to exchange the bill for gold or silver, but only after the Confederacy won the war.
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.
Teaching financial literacy requires more than adding financial literacy to kids’ school curriculum. It also means offering teachers professional development to ensure they’re equipped.
Shakespeare understood that our fate depends on fostering the humility and empathy that dethrones money and transforms it into something we use to advance the common good.
New research suggests people who are experiencing physical pain are willing to spend more money than they otherwise would.
Using less cash means leaving more digital traces of where your money goes - but there are ways to keep some privacy.
Americans with lower incomes today are less happy than they were 40 years ago. Could the growing class divide be to blame?
The Fed is spending up to US$2.3 trillion to help save the U.S. economy from the coronavirus recession. But where does all that money come from?
London is an alpha city – home to 100 billionaires. But does wealth bring social costs?