Though the American economy still looks bleak, there are silver linings.
"We want to attract international entrepreneurs and investors and become a financial center for the country and region."
China's economic reforms were bottom-up, not top-down.
To Stop Climate Change Americans Must Cut Energy Use by 90 Percent, Live in 640 Square Feet, and Fly Only Once Every 3 Years, Says Study
Researchers admit there are absolutely no current examples of low-energy societies providing a decent living standard for their citizens.
Even the president's most entrenched political opposition cannot seem to find much to engage or enrage.
And the global upper-middle class doubled.
The H-2B visa allows foreign workers to fill jobs that native-born Americans aren't interested in.
In a year that will be remembered for a deadly pandemic that shut down parts of the economy and cost millions of people their jobs, here's one silver lining.
The U.S. Economy Grew by an Astonishing 33% in the Third Quarter. That's Still Not Enough To Reverse COVID-19's Damage.
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Ten Global Trends Every Smart Person Should Know documents progress and explains why it happens.
The danger of the virus can’t be considered to the exclusion of the need for jobs and prosperity.
Get ready for more pain caused by COVID-19 as well as by the policies intended to hold it in check.
Some economists believe that a negative interest rate policy will stimulate the economy by reducing the cost of loans. That isn’t how it has worked in practice.
Much about the COVID-19 outbreak has been unprecedented and historic, but until now it's been difficult to quantify exactly how serious a blow the virus would deal to the U.S. economy.
Looking at better and worse projections.
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A new report shows federal budget deficits pushing past $1 trillion for the next decade.
The Breakthrough Institute's Ted Nordhaus urges Americans to reject both doomism and denialism.
Trump Campaigned on Saving Factory Jobs, but U.S. Manufacturing Just Went Through a Year-Long Recession
Trump's trade war has harmed the very industries and workers he aimed to help.
It will help us feel grateful for our lives.
Good news! We’re getting more while using less.
The trade war should be thought of as a massive tax and regulatory scheme.
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When it comes to the health of the labor market, we don’t know the full story.
Navarro's Wall Street Journal op-ed looks more like a deliberately deceptive attempt to argue that limiting imports will boost economic growth. It won't.
"For the first time ever there are now more people in the world older than 65 than younger than 5."
Mark the 49th anniversary of Earth Day by celebrating human ingenuity.
A conservative technocrat tries to engineer a better world.
Is the solution a "fertility dividend" that makes a portion of a person's Social Security benefit dependent on each of their offspring's earnings?
New Simon Abundance Index elegantly refutes primitive zero-sum intuitions with respect to population and resource availability trends.